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Bourgie Table Lamp by Kartell

$530
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The ideal objet d’art for the 21st century, the Bourgie Lamp radiates irony and luxury. Designed by Ferruccio Laviani and made in Italy by Kartell, a manufacturer in MoMA’s collection, the Bourgie Lamp reenvisions the spectacular, ornate qualities of a baroque lamp in transparent polycarbonate. Its flared shade has a pleated texture that allows it to create myriad reflections. The Bourgie Lamp can be easily adjusted to three different heights thanks to its unique hood design. Use it on a side table or nightstand for reading, or set it on the floor to create mood and draw attention like the sculpture it is. Available in one color, Crystal.

  • Inline on/off rotary switch
  • High quality switch dimmer adjusts light intensity
  • Three adjustable heights (27", 29" and 31")
  • UL listed
  • Requires three E12 type B 3x28W Halogen bulbs (included)
  • Standard plug-in, 74"-long cord
  • Designer
    Ferruccio Laviani
  • Size
    26.75h x 14"d
  • Materials
    Polycarbonate
  • Year of Design
    2004
  • Origin
    IT
Bourgie Table Lamp by Kartell

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