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Unique Unsteady Lamp from Russia

Wed, Dec 3, 2008 | Floor lamps | By Mike
Anemona Lamp

Anemona Lamp

This lamp from Ukraine designer Igor Pinigin was exhibited at SaloneSattelite Moskow 2008. The lamp have very modern and light look. It uses heavy glass balls in the bottom to stabilize it at any angle without affecting the light. The lamp is able to change it positioning any way you like.

How Anemona Works

How Anemona Works

Igor Pinigan

Igor Pinigan

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  1. Tania Says:

    Why do you say from Russia, if the author is Ukrainian. And why don’t you look into dictionary to find the difference between the name of country and the name of nationality?

  2. John Langston Says:

    I want some of Igor Pinigin’s lamps. Are they available in western Canada?

  3. hZ! Says:

    Absolutely beautiful. I’d like to see how it’s put together; where the wiring enters and how it’s fixed. It appears that the bulb touches the glass spheres. What about the heat emitted? All these details I’d want to know about before purchasing.

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