Gridlock 1912

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Designed by Philippe Malouin. Raw and unpretentious, Gridlock is a series of lamps in the style of the Brutalist movement.  Gridlock feels industrial in its straightforward, platonic forms and the repetitive efficiency of the grid; however, it is assembled entirely by hand from thousands of tiny brass parts. Philippe Malouin’s tribute to the industry-inspired, labour-saving dreams of modernism is paid for in toil.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Dimensions: L 22″ x W 22″ x H 12″
  • Materials: Brass, steel
  • Metal Finishes: Raw brass
  • 120V Illumination, 100 Watt G9 halogen
  • Suspension: 5/8-inch steel stem. Ships with 35-inch length. Other lengths available.
  • Canopy: 5-inch square in matching metal finish

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