The Nightingale table lamp, designed by Dante – Goods and Bads in collaboration with Rosenthal, quite literally turns the structure and design of a lamp completely on its head: The otherwise normal lampshade of the design piece is rotated 90 degrees, thereby completely redefining the interaction between the light fitting and reflector. The delicate porcelain body is initially reminiscent of an antique lantern, but its thoroughly modern aesthetics shine through thanks to the clear-cut design and soft beam of LED light. A leather band, available in Bordeaux, dark brown or natural, serves as a handle that can be used to change the position of the light and elegantly conceals the wires. Nightingale is available to order in two different heights, 27 and 42 centimetres.

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