Reverse Table Lamp by Aleksander Lazic

Manufactured by Audo Copenhagen, Denmark

AUDO presents Reverse Lamp, a new lighting solution that underpins the ever-present beauty of natural materials. In his search for simple and clever solutions in any given space, Danish designer Aleksandar Lazic looked to Italian marble tables from the 1970s when creating the Reverse Lamp. Inspired by the play on structure created by geometric constraints, the conical travertine base and curved, bronzed aluminium shade define the lamp’s perfectly balanced expression.

This product ships within 2 – 3 weeks.

R17,117.00 incl VAT

The light diffuses evenly across the unworked stone, left raw to allow the light to highlight its natural imperfections, revealing shadows and an intriguing colour play that seems to stem from the base itself. At precisely the point at which the shade and base meet sits a dimmer switch for adjusting the light intensity. Fitted with a dim-to-warm LED light source, the Reverse Lamp casts warm light on a bedside table or subdued light on a cabinet surface, making it an elegant and characterful solution to a multitude of lighting needs.

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Aleksandar Lazic is part of the Copenhagen design studio DUBOKK, which he founded with the designer Bjarti á Steig after studying at the Technical University of Denmark. At DUBOKK, classic design expertise and avant-garde design come together in furniture designs and design objects. In addition Lazic is active as a solo designer: since 2016 he has been working as a design and product developer for the Danish manufacturer Menu, since 2019 for Fritz Hansen. His works impress with minimalism and clear lines, but always combined with a bold and idiosyncratic combination of colours, shapes and materials. A good example of which is the Menu table lamp Reverse with its unusual mix of stone and aluminium.


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