Denq Table Lamp

$1,135.00
Designed by:  Toshiyuki Kita
Manufactured by:  Oluce

The Denq table lamp is an extraordinarily minimalist simple form that schematically resembles a head and neck.  We can’t help but think that Kita’s extensive work in developing the humanoid physicality of robots inspired the Denq’s beautifully idealized diffuser that is composed of opaque opaline blown glass with a lacquered metal base with chrome-plated, laser cut upper base disc.  Manufactured by Oluce.

Designed in 2011.

Overall Dimensions:  11.8" Diameter, 16.5" H
Bulb Information:  Requires one max 120W E27 incandescent bulb (included)
Switch:  Dimmer switch located on cord

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Designed by:  Toshiyuki Kita
Manufactured by:  Oluce

The Denq table lamp is an extraordinarily minimalist simple form that schematically resembles a head and neck.  We can’t help but think that Kita’s extensive work in developing the humanoid physicality of robots inspired the Denq’s beautifully idealized diffuser that is composed of opaque opaline blown glass with a lacquered metal base with chrome-plated, laser cut upper base disc.  Manufactured by Oluce.

Designed in 2011.

Overall Dimensions:  11.8" Diameter, 16.5" H
Bulb Information:  Requires one max 120W E27 incandescent bulb (included)
Switch:  Dimmer switch located on cord

Oluce

Established in 1945, Oluce is the oldest Italian lighting design company that is still active today. Over the past seven decades, Oluce has worked with several visionary designers like Joe Colombo, Vico Magistretti, and Marco Zanuso to create masterpieces of 20th century design – Atollo, Spider, Acrilica, and Coupe – that are now included in museum collections worldwide. Oluce continues its tradition of innovation in a new century with critically acclaimed new designs by Nendo, Laudani & Romanelli, Camapana Brothers, Mist-o, Carlo Colombo, and Franceso Rota.