Table lamp, Glint, liège clair, black, yellow, L32cm - GALULA
Designer : Studio Galula
Brand : Galula
The Glint table lamp, black and yellow cable, was designed by two young Portuguese designers, Filipa Mendes and Gustavo Macedo, for the Galula editor's house.
Simple and elegant, this cork lamp will brighten any spaces with sobriety. Particularly functional, Glint is composed of a portable metal base where we can fix the magnetic lamp lamp to any part of the metal surface. This feature will help you control the light intensity of the light, as desired. Perfect desk lamp, it can also be used to store small objects of everyday life such as books, magazines or keys, thanks to its sophisticated design.
Choose your color! black or white metal base and cable red colors, yellow, gray or black. a smallest model is also available on the site.
Entirely designed in Portugal, Glint is equipped with LED technology Phillips (15 000 h).
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- black, yellow
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- A++ > A
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- < 10 W
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- L 32.0cm x H 8.0cm x P 16.0cm
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- standard delivery, under 48h (for product in stock) : 0.00 €
- delivery in a pick-up store, under 48h (for product in stock) : 0.00 €
- express delivery, the next day before 1pm (for product in stock) : 12.90 €
- Delivery by courier during the day within 3 hours (for any order placed before 3 p.m.): 14.90 €
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The Galula studio was founded by two Portuguese designers, Macedo and Mendes in 2011. They teamed up to give new impetus to functional objects. They wanted to prove that functio...Learn more +