The Lanterna table/floor light from Vertigo Bird takes its inspiration from traditional kerosene lamps
29 October 2014
The Lanterna table/floor light from Vertigo Bird takes its inspiration from traditional kerosene lamps. You can carry it around the house and bring it anywhere you like, making it a truly versatile source of light. The distinct shape of the lamp makes it functional yet ornamental; the handles come in semi-circular, circular, triangular or square shapes, and can be used to carry the lamp around easily.
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