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AYTM

AYTM - Castellum LED table lamp, black


$236.00
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Description

Dimmable LED table lamp inspired by Danish church

The decorative Castellum LED table lamp AYTM is inspired by the Grundtvig Church in Copenhagen. The powder-coated steel gives the design object a solid finish and stands for strength and stability - just like castle gates and church portals. The white plastic profile, which allows the dimmable LED light inside to shine through, creates a pleasant lighting atmosphere.

The gold-plated sphere serves as an association with a star in the sky and a round window at the entrance to Grundtvig Church. But not only that. The sphere also serves as an on/off switch: if you lift it upwards, the light gradually becomes stronger; if you move it downwards, the light intensity is reduced accordingly.

This designer lamp beautifies window sills, but also bedside tables and chests of drawers in the bedroom or living room.

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Item no.179670
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Dimmableyes
Material
  • Aluminium
  • Powder coated steel
  • Plastic
ColourBlack
DimensionsHeight: 18.2 cm, Depth: 5.5 cm, Length: 11 cm
Power plug typePlug Type C (CEE 7/16, Euro plug) - Used in: Europe, with the exception of the UK, Ireland, Cyprus and Malta. Please check, if you need an adapter for your country!
Light distributionDiffuse
Voltage220-240V 50/60Hz
Note:The LED bulbs can not be replaced.
Lifespan50000 h
EAN5704444077349
Please noteInformation on disposal
CategoryTable lamps

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Castellum LED table lamp from AYTM in the Ambiente view. The gold-plated sphere functions as an association to a star in the sky as well as to a round window at the entrance of the Grundtvig Church.
 
 
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