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ESTABLISHED & SONS - Table lamp
£ 530.00
£ 325.00
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  • Composition: Glass, Polycarbonate
  • Dimensions: Depth: 11.7 inches Height: 11.9 inches
  • Product code:58001676AJ
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More about this item
Sebastian Wrong has subverted a traditional lighting type with his own dark humour. It is a beautifully crafted hand blown glass sphere, with the opal glass form baring the addition of a familiar face. With a soft matt surface, the characterised figure produces a warm but functional light. “My play on the classic Bauhaus design of an opal glass, spherical lamp is mutated by pop culture reference. I wanted to twist the simple sphere and inflate it with a cheeky grin. Hand blown glass perfection and purity is challenged. The controlled and conditioned process is infected”.
More about Sebastian Wrong
Wrong’s ten year career in the manufacturing sector has accumulated in an impressive array of technical skills. Wrong first studied sculpture before going on to establish his own successful manufacturing company. The Spun lamp, designed by Wrong and produced by Flos, won the prestigious Red Dot Design Award. Wrong is also a founding member and currently the Design Development Director of Established & Sons. His manufacturing prowess has lent substantial credibility to the organisation. Wrong continues to exercise his abilities in the field of manufacturing at E&S as well as flex his considerable creative skills as a product designer.