Our modern floor lamps are handcrafted using luxury materials and robust paper-folding techniques. Inspired by sculptural and architectural design, our collection of luxury floor lamps could be a perfect addition to any minimalist home, commercial space or garden. Illuminate any setting by night or simply enhance your interior by day and choose from a variety of styles, heights and colours.
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Bionic£900.00 inc. VAT
The Bionic floor lamp is strong, heavy and robust made from Japanese plastic paper contrasted against sophisticated and detailed metal work. Created in collaboration with Manos Vardonarakis, one of the finest metal workers in Europe.
Kaleidoscope£1,000.00 – £1,500.00 inc. VAT
Taken from the Greek words kalos and eidos, kaleidoscope means “beautiful form”. The Kaleidoscope light is crafted from a simple pentagon shape with an elegant geometric diamond pattern, casting pyramids of light across the room. This modern, sculptural light column allows you to control the intensity and colour of the light – choose from a rainbow of 20 different shades.
Stylite£1,100.00 – £2,000.00 inc. VAT
Named after the Greek “pillar saints” who lived atop columns, preaching, fasting and praying, Stylites were common in the early days of the Byzantine Empire. Immortalised in Luis Buñuel's Simón del Desierto, Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, and Umberto Eco's Baudolino, these pious beings are the inspiration behind this wistful light. The Stylite light has a calming, soothing presence and is perfect for creating a meditative environment. Inspired by the sensual curves of Aegean architecture, its repeated alcoves create small light installations.
Lloyds tower£1,000.00 – £1,400.00 inc. VAT
An exclamation point in the City of London’s bold skyline, Richard Rogers’ iconic Lloyd’s building inspired the design of this striking column of light. Shining like a modernist skyscraper, the subtle layers of the Lloyd’s Tower light use curved, interlocking forms to create a constantly evolving shape, similar to the ever-changing interior of Rogers’ building.