After observing and subtracting main characteristics of ex lovers, the designer abstracted these qualities and formed them into a series of table lamps. This series of lamps serves as the designer's private 3D black book.
- Material: Painted Metal, lamp shade
- Bulb: max 60w
- 230/120 volts
- E26 socket
- Overall Dimensions: 12" H x 8" W x 8" D
- Lamp shade: 6" - 12" D x 10" H
Designfenzider Lamp 12" H Table Lamp with Empire Shade
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About the Designer
Ron Gilad Israel (1972 - )
He was born in 1972 in Tel-Aviv and now lives and works in New York. The hybrid objects by Ron Gilad combine a practical genius with an aesthetic game, on the clearly shaped and delightful borderline between abstract and functional. Gilad likes philosophising about objects of common use which surround our life. His work ranges from unique pieces to limited editions and series production, has no 'expiry date' and can be found both in public and private collections all over the world. Gilad asks endless questions in a three-dimensional format and manufactures answers which create a field of fertile doubt.
About the Manufacturer
Designfenzider's hybrid objects combine material wit with aesthetic play; they sit on the fat, delicious line between the abstract and the functional.
The collection includes domestic objects that range from a minimal "fruit bowl" comprised of a sleek supporting plate paired with an architectural fence, to a "half-function" porcelain top that creates a vase when placed on any container, and a chandelier of desk-lamps.
The objects, which vary from one-off to limited editions and production pieces, have no "expiration date". They reside in both public and private collections worldwide. Designfenzider asks unceasing questions in 3D form, and fabricates answers that create an arena for fertile doubt.