Floor Lamps

Takayama, an Edo-era mountain town in Japan’s mountainous Gifu Prefecture, is famed for Ukai fishing. The Fishermen employ a 1300-year-old technique using trained Cormorant birds. The birds swoop in and catch fish using the light of burning baskets hung on rods over the edge of boats to see their prey. The arc of the Takayama light by Yabu Pushelberg in textured metal paired with a burgundy woven cord and Sahara-Noir marble base with flecks of amber, bears an uncanny resemblance to the fisherman’s friend. 2700k dimmable LED

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Sahara Noir, Marble Cord: Burgundy LED Dimmable UL/ETL 110V Stem and Shade and Counter weight Powercoatd Steel RAL 9005
64cm W x 172cm D x 190cm H x 45cm Diam
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Yabu Pushelberg

Yabu Pushelberg

Yabu Pushelberg designs places and products: immersive environments, compelling destinations, and considered goods. George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg founded the studio in 1980 with an emphasis on interior design and have since expanded the studio into a multidisciplinary practice that addresses multiple layers of human experience. With offices in New York and Toronto and a team of more than a hundred creatives and professionals, the studio specializes in sensibilities spanning buildings, interiors, landscapes, lighting, furniture, objects, and graphics with a focus that goes well beyond what things look like, to how they make people feel.

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