One Foot Taller Cube Lamp Side Table
Opal Lit Cube for great side lighting. Use asﾠa calm glowing side table or seat and glowing lamp, forﾠreception areas and livingﾠrooms. Also sublime in bedrooms as a low lit bedside tableﾠor seat.
Can also be used forﾠevents lighting and retail environments. This glowing cube is a robust stool, table, lamp or light box for exhibition spaces, club environments, public reception areas, weddings and museums.
Originally designed for interior designersﾠGraven Images' project, (a bar and club interior) it has sinceﾠbeen used for public buildings, restaurants and homes all around UK and Europe.
For projects, specials can be ordered withﾠdifferent wiring or rechargeable mobile IP44 modules... even moulded on graphics.
Colour:ﾠNatural white (glows to showﾠbulb colour very clearly).
One Foot Taller products areﾠmade in small factoriesﾠand workshopsﾠin Scotland and France.
About the Supplier
One Foot Taller is an award-winning lighting design company which has been producing elegant durable 3D products for over twenty years. One Foot Taller pieces combine elementary modern lines and utilitarian grace with a drop of quirky humour.
One Foot Taller believes in matching top-notch design with a clear conscience. Sustainability and fair treatment of suppliers makes all that work getting designs into production seem worth it. A heady mix of wanting that fairness... playing with manufacturing like a toy... loving elegance and getting excited by things that work well for people... makes One Foot Taller tick.
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