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Seletti Banana Lamps Dewey table lamp gold

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Banana Lamps Dewey by Seletti is a table lamp in the shape of a Banana, designed by Studio Job with a fully POP taste! A golden peel to be placed in indoor environments and that can not fail to attract the attention and curiosity of the looks. Seletti's Banana lamp is available in three versions depending on their position: Louie, Huey, Dewey. Nowadays the version of the Banana is also available in Limited Editions as a wall lamp, to hang like an art picture. Thanks to Seletti and Studio Job, with the dimmable lamp Banana Lamps Dewey, the POP, come back to life!
SKU sele-dewey-13081-US
Brand Seletti
Designer Studio Job
Product color Gold
Montaggio To be assembled
Material Thermoplastic resin
Short Description Thermoplastic resin Table lamp Seletti Studio Job - Indoor use - Dimmable - Cable 9,2 ft - Seletti Banana Lamps Dewey table lamp gold
Light bulb Included
Light bulb features 1x 6 Watt Led 3000K 480 Lumen
Protection Degree Ip IP20
Attack Bulb E5
Voltage 110 Volt
Depth INCH 15
Dimension 10 Inch
Height CM 30
Depth CM 15
Width INCH 26
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"Since 1964, year of its constitution, Seletti has always focused on the research of innovative and distinctive solutions in the field of design. Seletti was founded in Cicognara, Mantua, by Romano Seletti. Since 1972 he has been travelling many times to the Far East, becoming a pioneer in importing home products. This activity continued until the ‘80es, when the international trade radically changed and a new generation, his children Stefano and Maria, began to introduce new ideas in the company. The collection of tableware “Estetico Quotidiano” has been presented: fine porcelain and pyrex glass are the materials used for the objects of this collection, which has already become a classic. Thanks to its enthusiasm, passion, resolution and experimentation, Seletti has created a real brand, becoming famous and recognized all over the world. Its commercial network has spread all over the world and the company has now two official branches: Seletti North America Ltd. and Seletti China. Big investments have been made also in the Seletti headquarter: a new showroom and new storehouses on an area of more than 7.000 m2, whose energy supply derives from one of the biggest photovoltaic systems of the Northern Italy. Seletti’s company strategy aims to the production of common objects that are full of creativity and artistic ideas and are, at the same time, affordable for everybody. The 2013 collections “Florigraphie” (table and pot mats made of straw), “Egg of Columbus” (lamps made of recycled paper) and the new polished dishes and cups mark a return to the original materials. Today Seletti cooperates with many young Italian and international designers, who are quickly becoming famous and who are part of a young group that is developing and growing together. This challenge is leading to very good results. Derived from unusual and original combinations, evocations of art and attention to the daily needs, products made by Seletti enter houses of customers who care for elegance and design, and who want to create their personal and funny way of living. "

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Design studio Studio Job was founded in 1998 by Job Smeets, after graduating from Design Academy in Eindhoven. In 2000, designer Nynke Tynagel joined him and together they started a successful carrier that will make them worldwide known: after opening two studios in Antwerp and Amsterdam, they exhibited their works in museums all over the world, such New York’s MoMA, London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, FIAC, Cooper-Hewitt, Guggenheim, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, NRW Forum and in several Dutch museums, such as Groninger Museum and Stedelijk Museum. The two designers join art and design in order to create a unique, rebellious style, a continuous provocation and endless challenge to the already established system of modern design. Studio Job designers catch the essence of modernity and contemporary architecture and rework them according to their own style, by using precious materials such bronze, gold, blown-glass, marble and silver. In 2016, New York’s MoMA organized the first solo exhibition dedicated to Studio Job, called MAD HOUSE.

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