By Robert Sonneman for George Kovacs. The mid-century modern "Feather Light, " with its simple but striking profile rooted in the abstraction and geometry of the machine aesthetic, floats up or down and can circulate 360 degrees. This feature and others earned the lamp a place in the Museum of Modern Art and Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. The wall model is especially sought-after, it's ease and distance of movement producing an unrivaled desk and bedside companion.
This ingenious cantilevered articulating wall lamp has been tested is in excellent working and overall condition. Boom arm rotates 360 degrees with complete vertical and horizontal movement and is counter-weighted at the end - will balance at any angle with tightening knobs to hold a position. 50 Watt 12V Mini Bi-pin Halogen Bulb. On/off and high/low switches easily accessible on base.
Original box included, shows wear. Swing arm length (end of counterweight to end of shade) - 38.25. Bracket arm length - 10. Cord length from floor base to bracket - 8. Cord length from plug to floor base - 7.Base 9", lamp head 4.5" diameter. The long-time relationship between George Kovacs and Robert Sonneman began in 1963 when Sonneman interviewed for a sales position with Kovacs' Manhattan-based lighting and gift store. Over the coming decades, theirs grew to be one of the most successful creative relationships in the world of design.
Kovacs is known for bringing halogen technology to the U. S, and Sonneman -who became a celebrated architectural and Industrial designer-designed award-winning lamps for the company that made it the go-to source for high quality modern task lighting. Is fully disassembled, (don't worry, it's super easy to put together). Carefully replaced in its original box and wrapped to preserve the box. Please enlarge and enjoy the pictures of this dramatic 20.
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