Light plastic pendant light, inspired by Artichoke Lamp design
Artichoke lamp was designed in 1958 by Danish architect Poul Henningsen. This lighting fixture is ultimately modernist, unique and expensive. The Artichoke Lamp is available in several finishes, including glass, copper, white, and stainless steel. Original lighting fixtures can cost up to $57600.
The Norm 69 is a similar model to the original lighting fixture. This pendant light was designed by Simon Karkov in 1969 and available in various sizes from YLiving. Prices start at $115 for the Small Norm 69 and go up to $210 for the Extra Large Norm 69, which makes this lamp an affordable and stylish gift.
The lighting fixture is extraordinary in its form. This beautiful and unique lighting design comes in 69 pieces, and anyone can assemble the lamp without the use of any tools or glue. The lighting fixture requires 60-watt bulbs and provides beautiful illumination, adding an impressive design to any space.
The lighting fixture is convenient and practical. The lamp can be cleaned with a duster or by using the shower head in the shower.
The lamp shade is made of a special, non-flammable plastic material, which makes this lighting fixture lighter and less expensive than the original Artichoke Lamp made of glass or metal.
by Ena Russ
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