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"Raisparadise Style" Floor lamp by Lotta Lampa - Designer Lotta Lampa's roots in Kalix (northern Sweden) are reflected in her design. Her work bears titles such as "Raasii Collection," "Säivis," and "Rais Paradise" which are all slang for her domicile Risögrund . The "Raisparadise Style" Floor Lamp is part of a collection of pieces called the  "Raisparadise Style" inspired by stereotypes from rural parts of northern Sweden. - Found at myWebRoom.com

"Raisparadise Style" Floor lamp by Lotta Lampa - Designer Lotta Lampa's roots in Kalix (northern Sweden) are reflected in her design. Her work bears titles such as "Raasii Collection," "Säivis," and "Rais Paradise" which are all slang for her domicile Risögrund . The "Raisparadise Style" Floor Lamp is part of a collection of pieces called the "Raisparadise Style" inspired by stereotypes from rural parts of northern Sweden. - Found at myWebRoom.com

Signal Floor Lamp - This Signal Floor Lamp is a retake of a 1940's studio source light, scaled anew. The Dramatic hi-gloss carbon steel pyramids a spotlight trio, angling light around the room with frosted and tempered glass diffusers while the head rotates 360 degrees on a sculptural tripod base. You'll be sure to have the necessary spotlights for the stars at your next party. Lights! Camera! Action! - Found at myWebRoom.com

Signal Floor Lamp

Signal Floor Lamp - This Signal Floor Lamp is a retake of a 1940's studio source light, scaled anew. The Dramatic hi-gloss carbon steel pyramids a spotlight trio, angling light around the room with frosted and tempered glass diffusers while the head rotates 360 degrees on a sculptural tripod base. You'll be sure to have the necessary spotlights for the stars at your next party. Lights! Camera! Action! - Found at myWebRoom.com

Smeraldina / A–B–C 009 by Kristoffer Sundin - In italo calvinos book invisible cities the explorer Marco Polo tells the story of 55 imaginary cities. He tells the story to kublai khan, the emperor who never travelled his own empire. The complex structures of the city smeraldina gave the lamp its name and its shape. The book that comes with the lamp aims to inspire the reader to build their own version. - Found at myWebRoom.com

Smeraldina / A–B–C 009 by Kristoffer Sundin - In italo calvinos book invisible cities the explorer Marco Polo tells the story of 55 imaginary cities. He tells the story to kublai khan, the emperor who never travelled his own empire. The complex structures of the city smeraldina gave the lamp its name and its shape. The book that comes with the lamp aims to inspire the reader to build their own version. - Found at myWebRoom.com

could cut into and paint multiple furniture legs to "wrap" around my boring tall floor lamp....

could cut into and paint multiple furniture legs to "wrap" around my boring tall floor lamp....

NUD Globe - It's alive! Light up your creations with the unfiltered light streaming from the vintage style lightbulb in the NUD Globe. This vivid overhead lamp will send you into the brilliant mind of a mad scientist. Now - unleash your creations! - Found at myWebRoom.com

NUD Globe

NUD Globe - It's alive! Light up your creations with the unfiltered light streaming from the vintage style lightbulb in the NUD Globe. This vivid overhead lamp will send you into the brilliant mind of a mad scientist. Now - unleash your creations! - Found at myWebRoom.com

New Scandinavian Collection Our New Scandinavian collection is the first series of handpicked independent designer items from all over the world to be launched on MyWebRoom. From northern parts of Europe, this collection of young Swedish designers is definitely going to challenge your preconceived notions of Scandinavian design. With a strong heritage of modern and minimalist design, these artists branch out from the norm and set new parameters for the future of Scandinavian art. - Found at…

New Scandinavian Collection Our New Scandinavian collection is the first series of handpicked independent designer items from all over the world to be launched on MyWebRoom. From northern parts of Europe, this collection of young Swedish designers is definitely going to challenge your preconceived notions of Scandinavian design. With a strong heritage of modern and minimalist design, these artists branch out from the norm and set new parameters for the future of Scandinavian art. - Found at…

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