Design for Generations

DESIGN TABLE LAMPS

The Scandinavians have a subtil art of indoor lighting for obvious climatic reasons: when winters are long and dark, it is better to feel well at home when night has fallen and the lamps are on.

Within the Nordic range, table lamps play a special role: it is around them that islands of light are created, that space is structured, that attention to things is focused.

To this traditional role, Scandinavian design added aesthetics and functionality, like a Poul Henningsen, for example, whose whole life was stretched by the ideal of the perfect lighting.

Below you will find the most lamps of Scandinavian design, to which it seemed appropriate to add several lights from international design - Italian design and French design in particular - falling within the same aesthetic sphere. 

suspensions Toldbod 155/220 verre (Ø15,5 – 22 cm) design Louis Poulsen Louis Poulsen

LOUIS POULSEN TABLE LAMPS

&Tradition tables lamps

Gubi tables lamps

Hay tables lamps

DCW Éditions tables lamps

Fritz Hansen tables lamps

Ferm Living tables lamps

VerPan tables lamps

Flos tables lamps

Serge Mouille tables lamps

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Muuto tables lamps

Cosy in Grey Table Lamp
Harri Koskinen
Muuto

Nemo Lighting tables lamps

Other Brands

Putki Lamp
Matti Klenell, 2022
Iittala

W102 Chipperfield Table Lamp
David Chipperfield
Wästberg

Hashira lighting collection
design Norm Architects
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Carrie – wireless lamp
design Norm Architects, 2018
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JWDA – wireless lamp, table lamp, pendant, floor lamp
design Jonas Wagell
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TR Bulb lamp
design Tim Rundle, 2019
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Grant – Pendant, Floor lamp, Table lamp, Wall lamp
Simon Legald
Normann Copenhagen

Flowers Series
design Olivier Mourgue, 1967
Disderot

Mediterranea Lamps
Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, 2016
Petite Friture

Birdy
Birger Dahl, 1952
Northern

Buddy
Mads Saetter-Lassen
Northern

Say My Name
Morten & Jonas, 2015
Northern

Snowball
Trond Svendgård, 2005
Northern

Cord Lamp
Form Us With Love
Design House Stockholm

Isamu Noguchi tables lamps

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