Peter Stathis, the highly decorated industrial designer and principal at Virtual Studio in San Francisco, specializes in an entrepreneurial approach to the design and development of furnishings and consumer products. The winner of the Editors Award for Best Lighting at ICFF for two of the past three years, over this same period, his lighting designs have earned numerous other awards including; Interior Design magazine Best of Year Award, the International Design Excellence Award (IDEA), the I.D. Annual Design Review, the Spark Design And Architecture Award and the prestigious Red Dot Design Award. Stathis work is exhibited internationally and is included in the permanent collections of major museums including The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, The Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
|Light Swing Type: Gooseneck||Base Finish: 1: Black|
|Base Finish: 2: Silver/Pewter||Base Finish: 3: White/Cream|
|Base Material: Metal||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Style: Modern||Number of Lights: 1|
|Bulb Type: LED||Bulbs Included: Yes|
|Candelabra Bulb Required: No||Diffuser Included: No|
|Switch Type: Dimmer||Switch Location: Shade|
|Light Direction: Multiple directions||Rotation: 360|
|Shade Included: Yes||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Plug-In: Yes||Hardwired: No|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Country of Manufacture: Imported|
|Voltage (Small Size): 120||Voltage (Medium Size): 220|
|UL Listed: Yes|
Questions & Answers
“Can this light be "hard wired" into the wall, rather than using the power cord as shown in the pictures?” asked by Ronald
Pablo Designs Link Swing Arm Wall Lamp
Ilene from Austin TX– Verified Buyer
Beautiful, fun and functional. Easy to install if mounted on a stud.
Good Alternative to Sonneman Feather
Mac from Stony Brook, NY
We owned Sonneman Feather wall sconces for 20 years, but they broke. We considered replacing them, but thought we would try something new. The Pablo Link wall sconce is pretty good. The light is a little harsher, and the head does not rotate from side to side, but it it easier to push out of the way entirely, and it it more energy efficient.