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Seagram | Estremoz wall lampBy Joana Santos Barbosa

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US$ 2,390



Material: Marble

Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 17cm (W) x 8.5cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 6.7" (W) x 3.3" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


Production Lead Time:

This item has a production lead time of 8 weeks.


This item ships from Portugal

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Artist Statement

The Seagram wall lamp receives the name of the first attempt at skyscraper construction by the modernist architect Mies van der Rohe.
Following the functionalist aesthetic of the Seagram building located in New York City, this modern lighting piece is a carved block of marble involved by vertical brass blades carefully inserted as an allusion to modern metal structures. The design of the lamp incorporates Mies beliefs that a building’s structure should be visible as an external expression with no decorative elements.

Product details
Estremoz marble and polished brass with gloss varnish.

Product options
Other marbles under request. Polished, brushed, oxidized brushed or aged brushed brass/copper/steel.

4Kg 8.9 lbs

Electrical characteristics
Mains: 2 wires connection, live; neutral
Frequency: 50-60Hz
Voltage: 110-130VAC
Lamp: LED E12 candelabrum, 2 x 15W max.
Voltage: 220-240VAC
Lamp: LED E14, 2 x 15W max.

Made to order. Custom sizes and other finishes are available under request.

Designed by Joana Santos Barbosa, 2019. Handmade in Portugal.


Artist Profile

Born: 1981
Hometown: Porto
Based in: Porto

Created by Architect Joana Santos Barbosa in 2012, Insidherland is a Portuguese brand of author design inspired by the natural wonders and the excellence of art.

Joana explores influences from travels around the World to define her own Land as a place that transforms her unique vision into pieces of …


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