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Nelson Bubble Lamps

Nelson Bubble Lamps, designed by George Nelson, were introduced in 1952 by Herman Miller, to great acclaim. The quintessentially mid-century modern lamps were originally inspired by Swedish design and are versatile and accessible, highlighting and illuminating interiors.The Bubble Lamps are in MoMA's permanent collection in New York and has ceiling lights, floor and table lamps and wall sconces available.

George Nelson Bubble Lamps
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Nelson Bubble Lamps

Nelson Bubble Lamps, designed by George Nelson, were introduced in 1952 by Herman Miller, to great acclaim. The quintessentially mid-century modern lamps were originally inspired by Swedish design and are versatile and accessible, highlighting and illuminating interiors.The Bubble Lamps are in MoMA's permanent collection in New York and has ceiling lights, floor and table lamps and wall sconces available.

George Nelson Bubble Lamps

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