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Georgette table lamp

October 1, 2012

Tasmanian-based Stuart Williams presents the Georgette table lamp, inspired by the design and engineering of construction cranes.

Tasmanian-based designer Stuart Williams presents his latest design, the Georgette table lamp – made from Tasmanian oak, powder-coated steel and with a number of different linen shade designs.

The lamps are inspired by the concept of balance used in the design and engineering of construction cranes, and are also designed to be flat-packed for economic transportation from the manufacturer to the customer. Set to be launched at Workshopped in Sydney on October 31, the shades are available in a number of colours (fire engine red, black, yellow and green) and can be custom-covered if required.

Stuart Williams works from his studio Touching Space, with his designs exploring our sense of place within an urban landscape.

www.touchingspace.com.au
www.workshopped.com.au

  • John Grove October 2nd, 2012 12:26 pm

    May I please have prices for the Stuart williams lamps?


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