Description

Gubi’s Stemlite pendant invigorates the decor with authentic 1960s exuberance. Designed in 1962 by American designer Bill Curry, the Stemlite collection draws inspiration from nature: the streamlined die-cast metal base resembles a tough yet delicate stem of a tulip, carrying the beautiful glass shade like a fragile bud waiting to unfold – in the pendant version, the design has been turned upside down. The simplistic yet impressive design language of the Stemlite lamps can be easily combined with all styles of decor from classic to eclectic to experimentative, making them an exceptional fit for public spaces as well as private.

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Stemlite pendant, 38 cm, pebble grey

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Material
Frosted glass, metal
Colour
Light grey
Diameter
38 cm
Height
Lamp: 36,5 cm, shade: 20 cm
Bulb base
E27
Light source
10-11W LED (not included)
Luminous flux
1000-1200lm (recommended)
IP rating
20
Protection class
II
Cable length
400 cm
Cable colour
Grey
Cable material
Textile
Weight
2,3 kg
Canopy
Yes: grey
Dimmable
No

Bill Curry

William ”Bill” Curry (1927-1971) was an American industrial designer whose imprint is strongly connected to the Mid-Century Modern style. Bill Curry studied in Los Angeles Art Center, and after graduating worked as an ad-man and Art Director before creating his own company for design furniture and lighting, Design Line, in 1962. Bill Curry is best known for his iconic collection of Stemlite lamps from the 1960s, universally celebrated for their innovativeness and unique attractiveness.

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