Glo-Ball Floor Lamp
Designed by Jasper Morrison.
Part of the popular Glo-Ball Series, the Glo-Ball Basic was created in 1998 by artist Jasper Morrison to invoke the radiant calm of a full moon.
These unique floor lamps have a white acid-etched blown glass diffuser. The diffuser consists of an externally acid-etched hand blown, flashed opaline glass and a die-cast aluminium threaded ring nut with alodine plating finish. The body is 30% fibreglass reinforced injection-moulded polyamide base. On the cable, there is the electronic dimmer which allows the regulation of light brightness.
Available in different sizes & with stem in either silver or matt black.
Glo-Ball F1 : Height 1350mm × ø330mm (Height of the ball 270mm)
Glo-Ball F2 : Height 1750mm x ø330mm (Height of the ball 270mm)
Glo-Ball F3 : Height 1850mm x ø450mm (Height of the ball 360mm)
Light source (lightbulb not included)
1 × LED 18W E27 Dimmable
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British designer Jasper Morrison set up his Office for Design in 1986, and saw some of his earliest designs produced by brands including Aram, SCP and Cappellini, later going on to collaborate with Alessi, Flos and Magis. However his work isn’t confined to the domestic sphere, spanning several categories including transport and exhibition design, as well as town planning.
Morrison has held solo exhibitions around the world, and continues to partner with the likes of Muji, Camper and Established & Sons through his studio, which has offices in London, Tokyo and Paris.