Allumette Light, Modern Aluminium LED Floor Lamp

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The allumette light is an LED floor light created around a structural aluminium post. Enclosing panels on its sides transition into wide angle reflectors, creating a soft, diffused glow, while their gentle curves lend an organic quality to the I-beam’s engineered form.

Allumette casts an indirect, ambient light. Its linear form lends itself to repetition, whether as multiples lighting a corridor, or framing either side of a fireplace.

With the option of either a champagne or pewter anodized aluminium finish, its neutral tonality will compliment any environment.


Aluminium with acrylic diffuser

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Customization Options

Finishes Available: -Light Gold -Pewter


    Knauf and Brown (Designer)
    Production Type
    Current Production
    Production Time
    It will take 15-16 weeks to make this piece
    Place of Origin
    Date of Manufacture
    Materials and Techniques
    Anodized   Aluminum
    72 in. H x 12 in. W x 10 in. D
    183 cm H x 30 cm W x 25 cm D
    Seller Location
    Vancouver, Canada
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About the Maker

Knauf and Brown is D Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown, based in Vancouver, Canada. Many years of friendship have lead to the partnership they form now: The pair met through skateboarding in 2001 and have been exchanging opinions on shapes, colours, and textures ever since. The rarity of their collaboration shows when discussing the final results of a project–in most cases it is impossible to point out which element of a design came from which mind. Knauf and Brown have an unnatural obsession with studying the spaces and objects that surround life. Both partners bring strong aesthetic experience from image-based practices, Calen coming from a graphic design background, and Conrad working in photography. They place a huge importance on knowing how to balance practicality with beauty, and when to prioritize one over the other. For the duo, the relationship between function and form is complex and ever changing. Their studio was formed three years into a four year bachelor degree in industrial design. The pair’s Heavystock shelving, designed during their third year of school, was noticed by designer Kenyon Yeh, and is now manufactured by his brand, Esaila, after its debut at Maison et Objet in September of 2013. Their work and interviews have been featured online and in print, including Frame, RUM, and Dwell magazines.
About the Seller

1stdibs seller since 2017

Located in Vancouver, BC

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