The well-known shade hides a flexible tube, which makes it possible to tilt the shade, and with it the light cone, up to 40 degrees. This function makes the lamps more flexible and functional as light sources, and allows you to create an exciting asymmetrical look. The light emitted from the lamp is guided by a top piece, which adds the finishing touch to the lamp's minimalist expression. The charming little string close to the light functions as a switch.
Both lamps give volume, character and great illumination to any room. The floor lamp can produce up to 150W, whereas the table lamp produces up to 46W. The table lamp is available with a traditional base and as a plug-in version for direct installation in a desk or a counter.
Caravaggio table and floor lamp is now available in three nuances: matt grey lacquering as well as high-gloss black and white lacquering.
Suitable for incandescent light bulbs, energy saving light bulbs and LED.
Cecilie Manz’s universe revolves around her love of great paintings, and the names of her lamps are a tribute to her personal favourites. This lamp is named after the Italian Baroque painter Caravaggio.