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Design Sleuth: Architect Craig Steely’s Hanging Stelton Lamp

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Design Sleuth: Architect Craig Steely’s Hanging Stelton Lamp

Julie Carlson June 18, 2009

 San Francisco architect Craig Steely suspended an oil-burning Stelton ship’s lamp over the dining table in his Hawaii house (featured in Dwell), sidestepping the need for electrical wiring.

Above: The Stelton Lamp, created in 1990 by Copenhagen-born designer Erik Magnussen for Stelton, is available at Fitzsu Society; the 13.3-inch Stelton Ship’s Lamp is $503, and the 17-inch Stelton Ship’s Lamp is $692.

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