Piccolo Table Lamp / 2.795 dkk

Availability: In stock

Designed by John Astbury

Just like the bell on the receptionist’s desk, Piccolo is turned on and off when you click the shade. A perfect trinity of function, storytelling and an idiom conveying a Nordic hue and temperament.

Steel / Black
ØxH: 19,5x24,5 cm
G9 LED, max. 3W. 2 pcs. included / Cord length 230 cm
Item no. 1670050
WxDxH: 22x27x22 cm
Weight: 3,08 kg
Material and care
  • Proper usage and maintenance

    Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.

  • Powder coated steel

    Steel is a strong, timeless and malleable material – enabling designs with thin profiles and various patterns and shapes. The steel has received a decorative powder coating – a high-quality and dry finishing process that gives a stronger and more streamlined surface than conventional liquid paintings.

    Use soapy water and a soft brush. Wipe off with a dry cloth. Note: Do not use abrasive pads or abrasive cleaning agents as this may harm the surface.

    Although sturdy and resistant, powder coated steel is not invincible, be careful not to make scratches in the surface as it will make the material vulnerable to corrosion.

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About the designer / John Astbury

As a former anthropologist, boat builder and active musician John Astbury is a designer with a highly unusual and interesting background. The three different careers provide him with unique insight that he draws on as a designer. He is fascinated with archetypes and origins and aims to create new relationships with the familiar while retaining a high degree of simplicity. He always seeks to provide conditions for design to produce the unexpected and describes his work as a process of uncovering narratives and symbols within the object and make them visible.

Also not just talking but doing is essential to Astbury: using his hands, while working the material, seeing the form emerging. The duality in switching back and forth between words and hands is where Astburys ideas and work take shape. John Astbury is English but lives in Sweden, where he established his studio in 2011 after graduating from industrial design at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Konstfack.

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