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Thuban Table Lamp

By Hannes Wettstein, from NEMO
$567.66
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Model
THU ERW 11 - Chrome / Opal Glass / Red Cord

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In Stock models ship within2-3 days. All other models deliver from Europe within 10-12 weeks.

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Design by Hannes Wettstein.
From NEMO.

The Thuban Table Lamp provides widespread light and is ideal for ambient lighting, as a desktop light or as a bedside table lamp. Uses 100W incandescent bulb. Steel structure, blown glass, red fabric covered electric cable. Offered in chrome finish with a white opal glass shade.

Dimensions
  • 10.2"D X 22"H
  • Shade: 8.7"D
Material(s)
Blown Glass, Glass, Steel
Lamp Type
INCANDESCENT
Bulbs
1 X 100W 120V E26 (medium base) A19 incandescent lamp (not included)
Manufacturer Specifications
Click to download specifications.
Item Number
IE-NM-THUBAN-TABLE-LAMP
Model(s)
THUBANTCHBW THUBANTCHRD THUBANTGRBW

Design by Hannes Wettstein.
From NEMO.

The Thuban Table Lamp provides widespread light and is ideal for ambient lighting, as a desktop light or as a bedside table lamp. Uses 100W incandescent bulb. Steel structure, blown glass, red fabric covered electric cable. Offered in chrome finish with a white opal glass shade.

NEMO

NEMO offers a wonderful collection of Italian light fixtures for all spaces.

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Hannes Wettstein

Hannes Wettstein was one of the most innovative and influential designers in Switzerland. Born in 1958 in Ascona Switzerland, Wettstein completed an apprenticeship as a structural engineering draughtsman and then trained himself as a designer and architect. He was fascinated by technological developments as well as art history and architecture; and somewhat alchemical and ingenious, his unique way of developing ideas never disappeared. Hannes Wettstein designed elegant and perfect objects for daily use that maintained their identity and remained timeless even in the changing flow of fashion. He founded his own studio, Studio Hannes Wettstein, in 1991. In addition he was a lecturer at the ETH of Zurich, and taught at the Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Karlsruhe. He passed away in 2008 from cancer.

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