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Menu Tribeca Walker Wall/Ceiling Lamp

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Starting at: $360.00 USD
$360.00 USD

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Danish designer Søren Rose was commissioned to design the Walker Lamp for The Silo – a former grain tower converted into apartments and public space in Copenhagen. The development is the centrepiece of an urban revitalization scheme transforming the Nordhavnen MORE INFO

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Danish designer Søren Rose was commissioned to design the Walker Lamp for The Silo – a former grain tower converted into apartments and public space in Copenhagen. The development is the centrepiece of an urban revitalization scheme transforming the Nordhavnen waterfront district of the city. Each of the Silo’s 17 storeys is varies in size – resulting in 40 uniquely proportioned apartments (including one owned by MENU’s founder Bjarne Hansen). No two apartments are the same, but each is fitted with the brass Walker Lamp.

DESIGNED BY

  • Søren Rose Studio

MATERIALS:

  • Powder Coated Steel and Solid Brass, Glass, Textile, PVC

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Height: 40 cm / 15.8 inch
  • Width: 16 cm / 6.3 inch
  • Depth: 40 or 22 cm / 15.7 or 8.6 inch

HELPFUL NOTES:

  • 1 x 60W Max Incandescent, E26 socket
  • Bulb not included
  • Non UL, using UL certified parts
  • Dimmer on cord

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MENU is a Danish design brand with a simple yet significant purpose: to enrich modern living through designs that connect individuals creatively, comfortably and functionally. Since 1978, we have harnessed the skills of top designers and craftspeople around the world to create contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories that are clean, clever and natural, infusing a sense of calm through high-quality materials in minimalist silhouettes. By connecting the dots between home, work and hospitality, our designs redefine how we use space and, ultimately, how we connect to those around us. We like to call it Connected Spaces.