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Currently Coveting: Strand Copper Lamps

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Currently Coveting: Strand Copper Lamps

February 25, 2013

Why are architects so good at lamp design (one to mention is the Grasshopper floor lamp by architect Greta Magnusson Grossman)? Our new favorite is the Strand table and floor lamp, by Dublin-based Clancy Moore Architects.

Designed by principals Andrew Clancy and Colm Moore, the Strand lamp was a gift to a client, but quickly became a hot item among friends who convinced the architect duo to put them into production. For more information, go to Clancy Moore Architects.

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Above: The Strand Table Lamp is €395 from Makers and Brothers. The lamp measures 35 centimeters high and 17 centimeters wide.

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Above: The Strand lamp was inspired and formed after the human figure with an inclined head.

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Above: The Strand Floor Lamp is €595 from Makers and Brothers. The lamp measures 125 centimeters high and 35 centimeters wide.

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Above: The lamps are produced by metal workers in Portadown (a town in northern Ireland). Each lamp is handmade and individually numbered.

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Above: The holes on the back of the lamp diffuse the light.

N.B: Looking for a new favorite lamp? See if you can find it among our 104 Floor Lamps.

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