Pod Lens System in Terracotta -Open Box
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Available options may differ from photo.Pod Lens System
Ross Lovegrove 1998
The light for your home garden, the terrace, spaces around the swimming pool or for the vegetable garden. Pod Lens is high, low, stuck into the ground, in bunches or festoons on the branches of trees.
The diffuser, reminiscent of natural forms like those of flower buds, is made entirely of polycarbonate, with over-moulded walls that make the lamp waterproof and its colours resistant to ultraviolet rays. Inside the house, when raised on a high stem with aluminium base, it becomes a lightweight floor lamp.
Choose how you would like to mount it from pendant mount (fixture does not include junction box mount, but can be "draped" from branches etc.), wall mount, as a ground stake or a floor lamp (floor mount requires stem and base- mobile or stationary).
All are wired with an 8' grey weather proof cord and plug set.
- Pod dimensions: 4" D X 11" H
- Mobile base dimension: 14" D
- Stationary base dimension: 4" D X 14" H
- Wall mount dimensions: 5.5" H X 11" projection
- Stake dimensions: 13.7" H or 47" H
- Floor stem dimension: 70.8" H
- Uses 1 X 20W E26 (medium base) compact fluorescent lamp (not included)
- Lens color choices: Sage green, terracotta, or grey; stems will match color of lens; wall mount and stationary base are finished in grey; mobile floor base is an aluminum finish
Lamp Type: FLUORESCENT
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Model(s): D30F D30/1 D30/2 D30/3 D30/4.1 D30/4.2 D30/4.3 D30-1 D30-2 D30-4.1 D30-4.2 D30-4.3
Ross Lovegrove was born in 1958 in Cardiff, Wales and graduated from Manchester Polytechnic with a 1st class BA honors in Industrial Design in 1980. He then continued on to receive his masters of design from the Royal College of Art in London in 1983. In the early 1980's he worked as a designer for Frog Design in West Germany on numerous design collaborations such as walkmans for Sony and computers for Apple. He later moved to Paris as a consultant to Knoll International. He later returned to London and founded Studio X in the Notting Hill area of London. Lovegrove has worked for a variety of clients such as Issey Miyake, Herman Miller and Airbus and in 2005 he was awarded the World Technology Award for design. His personal artwork has been exhibited at MoMA in New York, the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Design Museum in London.See other lights/products from Ross Lovegrove
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