449€

Item Number: 10029297

Lighting / Wall Lamp

Lighting / Wall Lamp

Howard Wall Lamp

By Space Copenhagen

Warmth, strength and subtlety define the Howard Wall Lamp – Space Copenhagen’s distinctly Scandinavian celebration of New York’s industrial palette. Abundant with material and atmospheric references from the SoHo location of the Howard Hotel, for which they were originally designed, they exude a warm, tactile feel. Carefully crafted, semi-spherical gunmetal brass shades lend an industrial, functional aesthetic. The brushed brass interior adds a warmth to the gentle, indirect light it casts, creating a characterful, elegant and understated effect. The Howard Wall Lamp creates its own magical atmosphere – something that is heightened when used in repetition. Used a ‘mood lamp’ in the kitchen, hall or living room, it can be combined seamlessly with other elements of the highly coherent Howard Collection.

449€

Item Number: 10029297

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A versatile collection

Demonstrating the flexibility of a collection that can be dressed up or down, each one has a strong, sophisticated and individual character, while also working well in combination with the other pieces, as part of a family.

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GUBI and Space Copenhagen’s passion for warm, organic materials is seen across the collection. The choice of finishes affects both functionality and atmosphere.

 

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The kinship between Space Copenhagen and GUBI is defined by a shared philosophy that combines a signature of elegant simplicity with a cosmopolitan international outlook. Prioritizing functionality and personality in design while focusing on a few effective details has resulted in a self-assured design universe that emphasizes a sense of spaciousness and identity paired with a nuanced understanding of materials and craftsmanship.

 

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Carefully curated and intuitively iconic. That's been the spirit of GUBI since 1967. Rediscovering the heart of historical pieces and seeing how a contemporary vibe can help us write new chapters and find harmony in the eclectic.

 

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