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Solis Freestanding Lamp
by
Pablo Design & Carmine Deganello
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Small: Silver: $99,999.99
Small: Brown: $99,999.99
Small: Black: $99,999.99
Small: White: $99,999.99
Large: Silver: $100,099.99
Large: Brown: $100,099.99
Large: Black: $100,099.99
Large: White: $100,099.99
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DESCRIPTION

The shifting light show from the Solis Freestanding Lamp mimics the sun’s streaming rays via laser-cut openings in its elongated cylinder. Carmine Deganello’s design for Pablo features a super-light synthetic fabric held in tension between two polished rings. This freestanding version, in a choice of 2 sizes, definitely sets a mood with its radiating ribbons of direct light as well as an overall diffused illumination.

SPECIFICATIONS
SIZE
  • Small: 24" h x 13" dia (61x33cm)
  • Large: 48" h x 13" dia (122x33cm)
  • Cord: 16' l (488cm)
DETAILS
  • Full-range dim
MATERIAL
  • Nickel-chrome steel, fire retardant polyester fabric, fabric cord
PACKAGING
  • Branded flat-packed box
SHIPPING INFO
  • This item normally ships within 48 hours.
TECHNICAL INFO
  • Bulb: (1x) 75W E26 PAR30 NSP bulb
  • UL listed components, CE
ABOUT THE BRAND: PABLO DESIGN

PABLO DESIGN

“Lighting is undergoing a revolution at the moment,” says Venezuelan-born designer/entrepreneur Pablo Pardo, who’s leading the disruption with the mix of cutting-edge technology and always-cool minimalism behind his signal brand Pablo. As he puts it, nowadays, “you can build smarts right into the lamp.” Internationally recognized, the San Francisco company was started 20-odd years ago and now Pablo racks up design awards regularly for its more than 40 technology-driven and elegantly sparse collections worldwide.

The lighting industry thought-leader credits his upbringing in a family of artists and engineers for the always forward-facing Pablo style, which embraces innovations such as LEDs and flat-panel light. “Lighting is also shrinking in size: LEDs are so small that you can put them almost anywhere,” he adds. “So the standard iconography of a lamp with a shade is being upended.”