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Kabuki Floor Lamp, Matte Black

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Item Description

The Kabuki Floor lamp is injection moulded opaque thermoplastic. This sophisticated technology makes it possible to create a woven structure similar to lace with a unique perforated surface through which the light is diffused.

About Kartell

Founded in 1949, Kartell is one of the symbols of Italian design around the world. Collaborating with the most prestigious international designers to create a multi-functional collection of products with broad appeal, Kartell's know-how consists of pushing innovation to the limit to generate real “industrial revolutions” within the home. Color, irony, transparency, unique shapes, and a play on the senses all come together to create design pieces that are both easy to use and beautiful to behold.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 65"H x 20" Diameter
Specifications
  • Weight: 14.78 lbs
  • Designer: Ferruccio Laviani
  • Materials: Thermoplastic technopolymer
Material
  • Acrylic
Shipping
  • Ships Ground
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Made in
  • Italy
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