White Nina Desk lamp

269,00 €

Tristan Lohner


A design lamp that will bring roundness and a real warmth to your home. A clever combination of wood and metal, she immediately creates an amazing intimacy. Imagined in France and made in Europe.

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Dimensions : Width: 23cm - Height: 41cm - Weight: 1,5kg

Material : solid oak, brass, lacquered steel

Color : natural wood, white, brass

Information : Made in Europe - Bulb (included): 1 x G9 3W - Switch on cable - Cable 200 cm

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History of the product

Fruit of the alliance of brass, lacquered metal and solid oak, this table lamp will live your interior with elegance. A round, dense solid oak allows you an easy and pleasant handling.

Its lacquered metal lampshade, available in several colors, diffuses a soothing light that will be useful for reading or for the atmosphere. A remarkable project due to the talent of Tristan Lochner for the studio Harto, designer that we particularly appreciate.

The designer

It is by the Brevet des Métiers d'Arts en Ebénisterie, under the teaching of Bernard Daude, cabinetmaker of Pierre Paulin for the Mobilier National, that Tristan Lohner begins his career. Attentive to the accuracy and honesty of his creations, Tristan seeks coherence between the project, its market, its form and its durability. His work focuses above all on the intimate and sensitive relationship between the object and the one who uses it.

He works for the French brand Fermob, with the design of the Balad collection, playful and fun lighting. With this collaboration, the furniture company is introducing luminaires for the first time and is thus expanding its range. In 2016, he created the Nina table lamp for the Hartô publishing house. Today director of the RBC Design Center in Montpellier, he continues his activities of designer in parallel.

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