Wall lamp in the industrial style
Just like the visually similar Warren Lamp the Staple Lamp was created by the designer Søren Rose.
Inspired by the industrial style and the architecture of the 1930s, Rose produced a series of lights, which take up the style of workshop lights. Reduced to the essentials and with consciously selected single components, the light brings back the flair of earlier times to the here and now.
The Wall lamp by Menu can be assembled as you wish, as a reading lamp over the sofa or as a bedside lamp. It does not need an extra electric socket in the wall, because the lamp can simply be connected via a cable to the electric socket.
Based on the industrial background of the New York District Tribeca, the Staple light is part of the same-name series, which brings together the various lights in the industrial style.