00 xl Cardhouse Lamp Distressed Black
01 xl Cardhouse Lamp Distressed Black
01 xl Cardhouse Lamp Z4 Walnut
02 xl Cardhouse Lamp Distressed Black
03 xl Cardhouse Lamp Detail Distressed Black
04 xl Cardhouse Lamp Detail Z4 Walnut

x+l 09 Cardhouse Lamp

Designer x+l
Collection x+l Collection
Year/Period 2023
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 31.9 / D 10.1 / W 10.1 H 81.0 / D 25.5 / W 25.5
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Product Description

The Cardhouse Lamp is based on the principle of recycling that is central to other x+l products such as the Room Divider, Floor Lamp and Table Lamp. It has a base made with upcycled pieces of teak wood that are arranged to intersect and stack up in the manner of a house of cards.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions H 31.9 / D 10.1 / W 10.1 H 81.0 / D 25.5 / W 25.5
Materials Teak (Tectona grandis) Brass and Metal Components Silk & Cotton Fabrics 7 w LED Bulb (warm white) e27 Bulb Holder (screw type) Region Specific Plug
Product variants -
Other information Lampshade Diameter - 10.1 25.5
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Product Options

The lamp shade is made with handwoven ‘khadi’ silk fabric (Tanga Natural).

The base is available in a choice of two wood finishes - distressed black and Z4 walnut as you see on the images.

Upholstery Option - Tanga Natural

Colour swatch of Tanga Natural
Tanga Natural

Wood Finish - Distressed Black / Z4 Walnut

Colour swatch of Distressed Black
Distressed Black
Colour swatch of Z4 Walnut
Z4 Walnut

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