Solar Eclipse 2 modern floor lampSolar Eclipse 2 modern floor lamp

Solar Eclipse 2 – Modern Floor Lamp

£1,200.00

Coming Soon! A Spherical version of the solar eclipse design.

The Solar eclipse floor lamp is a unique luminaire depicting the earth in complete darkness creating a holistic display of the developed world at night. Intrigued viewers of the luminaire find themselves absorbed in identifying illuminated locations around the world. The brightest areas of the Earth are the most urbanized, but not necessarily the most populated. Cities tend to grow along coastlines and transportation networks.

The shades and stands are all produced in the UK and assembled by hand to a very high standard. The shade has approximately 15,000 perforations of varied sizes, these accurately portray the lit world. It really has to be seen to appreciate the intricacy of the design.

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Description

Materials:

The frame is gloss white powder coated steel, the shade is white PVC inner, satin black PVC outer

Technical Details:

Light source: LED, GU10 lamp base

Dimensions: Shade diameter 45cm, height 38cm, Total height 180cm, base diameter 50cm.

Additional information

size

small, medium, large

color

black

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Why not check out my blog posts on trends for modern floor lamps and more as well as the Solar Eclipse story.

"Tripod floor lamps are making a big comeback, great for slightly uneven floors and perfect for putting in open plan layouts in extra floor space that has become available where walls once were or in corners that need filling. They can be moved around making them a flexible lighting element and perfect to add ambient light or read under"

Link to blog post >> Lighting Trends 2018 - Modern floor lamps and more

"I'm not saying it took 9 years to figure out how to produce it. Naturally, life got in the way and back then I was working full time as a lighting design consultant, however, it was still a very long process that took a great deal of trial and error."

Link to blog post >> The Solar Eclipse Story