Simris table lamp
The Simris table lamp is designed by Anders Pehrson who took over the business of Ateljé Lyktan in 1964. His work made the brand more industrial and his philosophy was that a room has to have many points of light. Therefore, the brand has many "families" of lamps. Simris is characterized by the x-shaped tripod which is adjustable. The design was one of the examples when Anders Pehrson was asked to present lamps for the Olympic Games in 1972. The lamp has a retro yet fancy look and is perfect for the desk.
FactsMaterial: Shade in aluminum, tripod in chromed steel, base in leather coated steel, diffuser in injection molded plastic. Size: Ø: 18 cm, height: max 53 cm. Light source: LED, 12W (included). Connection: Textile cable with plug-in driver (2 m).
CommentOnly European version available (220V).
Not available for the U.S. market.