Lola is the latest lamp for LZF designed by long-time collaborator Ray Power. Showcasing Power’s ability to create imaginative three-dimensional forms, Lola is a conical lamp with an intricate geometric pattern. A veritable labour of love, Lola’s shape went through many iterations, drawings and prototypes. The end result is, without doubt, a marvel of lighting design. A particularly piquant Spanish name, Lola is very much alive, sensuous and intriguing. In a domestic or contract setting, Lola is a lamp that attracts and pleases the eye. Highly original and truly sophisticated, Lola’s complex veneer construction is both accentuated and softened when illuminated. Available in a number of sizes and LZF’s range of natural wood colours, Lola is stimulating, fascinating, arresting and sparkling: an especially piquant light.
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|Name||Lola Small Table Lamp - Matte Nickel|
|Product Code||LOLA MP NI 20|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||1.6 Kg|
|Dimensions||Lamp Diameter: 12.20 inch, Shade Height: 6.69 inch, Lamp Max Height: 15.74 inch|
|Material||Wood veneer shade, Acrylic Frame and Metal Foot|
Ray Power (Ireland 1975), graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology in 1997 and moved to Spain. He has collaborated with LZF Lamps since 1998. His more recent designs Air (2008) and Link (2007) have been awarded the Red Dot and the Chicago Good Design awards respectively. His work has been exhibited in Milan, Valencia, Dublin, Madrid and Tokyo and he continues to work on lighting design projects for LZF Lamps. His trademark style relies heavily on geometry and an innate ability to produce exciting three dimensional forms from flat materials.View All Products