The Rise wall lamp by Normann Copenhagen is a functional and aesthetically beautiful piece of furniture, which illuminates your spaces in a sophisticated and chic way, completing the home decor. The design of this piece of furniture is minimalist and stylized: the oak base supports the cylindrical lampshade. The colour is printed using a special powder coating technique, which gives the nuance a stable and durable look, giving it additional brightness. A rotating pivot inside the light diffuser allows you to direct the light in the preferred direction. Marianne Andersen, the designer who created the Rise wall lamp for Normann Copenhagen, wanted to create a lighting object with a contemporary design, simple and elegant in the form. The "clean" and refined lines make it a furnishing object capable of being introduced into any home space, perfectly complementing any decor. The lighting in the living areas is essential to create harmony in the house, elegantly shedding light on a dark corner. The Rise wall lamp can be placed in the living room, beside the couch, directing the light so as to allow a good reading of your favourite book and to relax. You can place this modern lamp in the hall, welcoming guests at home with a warm and simple light beam. Perfect for that area of â€‹â€‹the house dedicated to study, this wall lamp will light up your spaces and facilitate the execution of each task, giving optimal lighting for your eyes. This versatile and stylish furniture can also be put on the veranda, to create the right atmosphere to enjoy afternoons in company, illuminated by the Rise wall lamp, which also completes the design of outdoor spaces, with simplicity and sophistication. Information: bulb not included and recommended type: E14 LED 0.5 Watts; the cable is 2 meters long and is equipped with switch; clean with a damp cloth._x000D_
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