Torso Lamp, Limited Edition

Torso Lamp, Limited Edition

Designer Kroyer-Saetter-Lassen

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Torso Lamp, Limited Edition

Torso Lamp, Limited Edition

Designer Kroyer-Saetter-Lassen

The exclusive, limited edition of the Torso Table Lamp is swathed in tactile fabric by the Milanese textile house, Dedar. Inspired by the atmosphere at Audo House, Audo’s Copenhagen home and hub for creativity and collaboration, the textured ceramic lamp features an integrated brass dimmer that adjusts the light at the tap of a finger. The addition of the luxurious fabric shade makes it a functional work of art.

Color

Selected: Babelia - Terre De Conton

Size

Selected: 15in H

Regular price $665.00
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SKU 1288349U

Materials

Ceramic
Dedar textile
Bronzed brass
Steel

Dimensions

15in Lamp: 14.4"H x 13.8"W x 13.8"L, Weight: 3.17 lbs.
23in Lamp: 22.4"H x 13.8"W x 13.8"L, Weight: 7.5 lbs.
Cord: 78.7"
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Kroyer-Saetter-Lassen

The Copenhagen-based design studio Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen creates furniture and interior objects for clients across the world. Founded in 2016 by Mads Sætter-Lassen and Emil Krøyer, their honest approach to design results in logical, functional and sculptural objects that showcase their strong cultural understanding and Danish design heritage to bridge the gap between art and design. Krøyer-Sætter Lassen began their collaboration at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, where they have graduated with their BA and subsequently, an MA. Their collaboration has grown from a give-and-take about art and design into the creation of existing projects. The duo recognizes their differences and strengths allowing them to approach their process from different character angles. Krøyer-Sætter Lassen engages each other to seek new materials and perspectives in order to work in a nicety way. Krøyer and Sætter-Lassen's honest focus is revealed through their consideration of material properties and tectonic details. They prefer to make the conscious choice of turning a joint or assembly into a visible design asset instead of concealing it -keeping true to the industrial way.