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GUBI PD2 Floor Lamp - Black Semi Matte - Twenty Five Percent Discount

Regular price $1,524.00 SGD
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Gravity Floor Lamp , Grey Marble Base with Canvas Shade

Designed by Corsini & Ruiz Millet - 1955

GUBI’s Pedrera PD2 floor lamp was designed for Antoni Gaudi's famous La Pedrera building in Barcelona. In 1955, the loft space of La Pedrera was transformed from a laundry and storage area into 13 modern duplex apartments. Spanish architect Barba Corsini was in charge of the renovations, and to complement the modernist look of the rooms, Corsini also designed furniture and lighting for the apartments, including the Pedrera lamp.

The inspiration for the base of the Pedrera lamp came from the vaulted ceilings of the famous house of La Pedrera, while the cylindrical shape and the unique perforated details of the chimneys influenced the form of the lamp shades. The simplistic design emphasises the fun details of the lamp, and the perforated shade provides a pleasant ambience in any room.

Perforated metal
39 cm
39 cm
113 cm
Bulb base
Light source
Max. 105W halogen (BULB NOT INCLUDED)
IP rating
Protection class
230 V
Nominal frequency
50 Hz
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
EU plug
Cable length
300 cm
Cable colour
Cable material
5.7 kg

Gubi provides a two-year warranty against manufacturing defects in standard products (materials and designs), valid for two years from the date of dispatch. The warranty does not extend to ordinary wear and tear, wear of or damage to upholstery and surfaces (including surface finish) nor damage caused by wrongful and/or insufficient maintenance. For the purpose of this provision, standard products shall mean the products specified and directly priced in the price list published by Gubi. The warranty shall also lapse if the products show signs of incorrect or extreme use or other physical damage.

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The Multi-Lite was first drawn in 1972 when Louis Weisdorf did an exception to his own design custom of using multiple repeating elements. Instead it reflects his passion for diversity. The Multi-Lite pendant has two individual rotating shades and can be transformed into multiple combinations where the light can be directed upwards, downwards or exude an assymetrical art light. The lamp is available in different colors and all the shades are white lacquered inside.