Rope Trick, designed by Stefan Diez for Wrong For Hay, challenges the conventional idea of a floor lamp. Integrating LED technology within a dynamic new form, Rope Trick provides an original means of adjustment providing you with both a downward reading light and a diffused uplighter, both of which are dimmable.
Dimensions H180 x W18 x D33 cm,
Cord Length: 3m
Materials: Woven PET plastic, aluminium, acrylic, steel, and ABS. Black powder coated finish. With micro-switch dimmer.
Finish: Black, Beige, Yellow
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