CUPOLA POISE FLOOR LAMP
The spalted beech* shade (turned by hand from naturally fallen timber) hangs loosely from its bronze or brass branch, perfectly counterbalanced by the metal weight on the other end. The weight screws up or down to adjust the height. The arm rotates 360 degrees on the monolithic cone.
Available in bronze, satin or antique brass.
*Spalted Beech: Spalting is the process by which certain fungi grow on dead or fallen trees. After colonizing the wood via travelling up the wood cells from the ends or from broken off branches it leaves a pattern. The process takes 2 to 3 years to reach the ideal stage to cut & season the timber.
Cupola Poise represents the state between movement and balance; finding the equilibrium between contrasting elements;- natural and manufactured, hard and soft, polished and matt, traditional and contemporary. The Poise collection adds interaction, counterbalance and the ability to extend and retract to alter the look and light direction of each piece.
Created from a number of separated features, the lights tempt you to touch and invite the outdoors inside. The different parts highlight Tamasine’s eclectic sources of inspiration (nature, architecture, expressed structures) and each tell their own story. The spalting in the timber reveals the hidden depths and life of the tree, the clear expression of the mechanism is a nod to mid-century modern design. The cone shape is the architectural monolith that bonds the piece as a whole.
The range comprises table lamp, floor lamp, wall light and chandelier. Each turned shade is unique having its own individual network of spalting lines and patterns. Metal parts are hand-made and offered in bronze and brass finishes.
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