Pendant light, KIMONO, white, H85cm - KARMAN
Designer : Matteo Ugolini
Brand : Karman
Your outdoor spaces is part of your home, light it !
The Kimono pendant light (85 cm long) of the Italian brand Karman is an original fiberglass lamp. Its designer Matteo Ugolini has also inspired from Japanese lanterns.
As a guardian of light, this lantern background perfectly in all universes. Composed of a structure frayed fiberglass, this pendant light is ideal to light your outdoor. With this simple lamp, you can accessorize and brighten your terraces and gardens with great style. This poetic lamp is available in two formats. You have the possibility to combine the two models together to create elegant and harmonious atmosphere.
Bulb is supplied with the lighting.
All bulbs E27 adapt, LED, FBA, HSGSA / C / UB. Made in Italy.
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- L 40.0cm x H 85.0cm x P 40.0cm
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- standard delivery, under 48h (for product in stock) : 6.90 €
- delivery in a pick-up store, under 48h (for product in stock) : 5.90 €
- express delivery, the next day before 1pm (for product in stock) : 12.90 €
- Livraison par coursier dans la journée sous 3H (pour toute commande passée avant 15h) : 14.90 €
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Matteo Ugolini was born in Pesaro, Italy in 1973. At 19, he began his studies at the University of Design in Ancône.
Matteo began working for design and architecture stu...