Delicate Floor Lamp made of Steel Tube
Tripod Rack and Cable Wire
The height between the floor and the very top of the lamp is 158cm. The lampshade sits on top. The frame of the lamp consists of a trivet construction. One of the legs becomes the lamp’s handle, which diagonally crosses the other two legs and in 1m height at a 45 ° angle, it turns into the opposite direction further upwards to hold the lampshade. From some distance, it looks like two rods would cross at this point, but after a closer inspection it’s clear that the angled steel tubes are mirrored with shorter angle legs. This smaller angle of steel tubes supports the cable wire, which extends from the ground to the lampshade, keeping the construction tensed and thus stable. Due to the extraordinary design of the frame, the luminaire is over a meter wide.
Elegant and Filigree Appearance
The steel tube and the cable wire make the large and wide design however not appear massive or bulky. On the contrary, the lamp appears filigree and elegant. Nevertheless, there should be enough space for the light, so that it will suit the interior and can unfold its full effect.
The Elisabeth floor lamp by Julien Phedyaeff for Hartô is made from cable wire and steel tubes in different colours. The lampshade which is also available in different colours, is made of cotton. The lamp is easy to disassemble for transport and is easy to reassemble.