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Caravaggio floor lamp

The Caravaggio P4 pendant lamp is part of the iconic Caravaggio series from Fritz Hansen. The series was designed by Cecilie Manz and launched in 2005, wasting no time at all in becoming an instant modern classic. The design is a cross between the classic pendulum shape with a more modern expression through the lamp's highly glossy surface.

This innovative floor lamp is 1.5 metres high and is a highly developed iteration of the elegant Caravaggio series. The floor lamp is perfectly placed in a reading corner, by the sofa, or along a side table to emit a pleasant light from a medium height. The high-gloss lamp shade sits atop a tall matte foot to create an elegant contrast between the gently rough and the silky sleek. The shade itself features a faint slope for a more modern aesthetic to create a slightly playful expression. The lampshade can tilt up to 40 degrees to ensure the light is wherever you need it most. Plus a discreet and practical cord blends in nicely with the lamp's minimalist form.

The Caravaggio floor lamp is a truly handsome interior detail that works especially well when placed alongside other Carvaggio lamps. Pair it with other fixtures in the Caravaggio series of matching shades to create a more cohesive interior, or use contrasting shades and sizes to create a truly striking ensemble.

General Information

DesignerCecilie Manz
Item number37297-02


Material: Aluminum, steel
Height: 151,5 cm
Ø: 40 cm
Light source: max 150W (not included)
Base: E27
Connection: 3 m textile cord (included)


Comes with a two pin plug.
Only European version available (220V).
Not available for the U.S. market.
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