Item No. 100274471

Paper Cube Table Lamp

Price reduced from C$ 180.00 to C$ 153.00 15% off
Item No. 100274471

Paper Cube Table Lamp

Price reduced from C$ 180.00 to C$ 153.00 15% off
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  • Modern table lamp.
  • Flat-pack design is easy to assemble.
  • Translucent shade emits soft glow.
  • 12" H 8.4" W 8.2" D
Detailed Dimensions

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  • Ships via FedEx

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Designed by Bertjan Pot for HAY
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Paper Cube Table Lamp
Price reduced from C$ 180.00 to C$ 153.00 15% off
Origami of light — Bertjan Pot puts a spin on traditional lanterns with his Paper Cube Table Lamp. The recycled paper shade encapsulates the light source, producing a pleasing glow.
Details

Details

Dutch designer Bertjan Pot took inspiration for his Paper Cube lighting collection from an unusual source: folded paper ornaments. Crafted of polyester made from recycled PET bottles, it features a flat-pack design that’s easy to assemble. This functional cubed lamp is available in table and floor lamp versions. Bulb (not included): E12 LED. UL listed. Made in China.
  • Modern table lamp.
  • Flat-pack design is easy to assemble.
  • Translucent shade emits soft glow.
Brand
HAY
General Dimensions
  • 12" H 8.4" W 8.2" D
Product Weight
0.16 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 14" H 10" W 10" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Table Lamp

  • Height (in): 12
  • Width (in): 8.4
  • Depth (in): 8.2
  • Weight (lbs): 0.16
  • Cord Length (in): 200
  • ECOPET paper shade
  • Beech legs

Bertjan Pot

Designing furniture, lighting and other home products, Bertjan Pot emphasizes materials, which he sees as a critical but often overlooked element of the design process. Most of his projects are based in experimentation – starting small, playing with a material or technique, following a curiosity about how something might work, or might look.

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