Radon floor lamp

02 Aug 2012

When thinking about decorating my interior I'm not an impulsive buyer. I'm more 'the waiting until I hit on something type'. That's exactly what happened when I saw the beautiful floor lamp that I'll talk about today.

Radon details

Danish Design

The floor lamp that I own now can be categorised under Danish design. The lamp was designed by Hans Sandgren Jakobsen for Light Years. The lamp itself is called 'Radon' and was introduced in 2005 in a matt chrome/black version, followed in 2008 by a matt chrome/white version.

Radon Black/Chrome

Circle & Triangle

The key elements in its design are the circle and the triangle. It's a simple but lively design that has the potential to become an authentic classic. I own the chrome/black version but I can imagine that there are a bunch of people that would also love the completely black Radon Nigra and the smooth, soft white Radon Alba wall.

Radon soft white Radon Nigra
Asymmetrical reflector

The Radon floor lamp has a multi-directional shade that is furnished with an asymmetrical reflector, ensuring that light spreads out precisely to the surface where it's needed. The lamp is mounted with rubber feet so it stands firmly on the ground. The switch is placed at the top of the lamp, while the cord leads discreetly out of the back leg to help preserve the lamp's clean lines. I've bought mine in the excellent La Fabrika shop.

Comments

  1. 1 saha 03 Aug 2012

    Very different and unique lamp. Perfectly fit with all designs. Looks amazing behind the sofa. Rubber feet feature is very useful. Thanks for sharing.

  2. 2 simon 04 Aug 2012

    Thats an interested interplay between the different shapes, for me i find it draws my eye to the centre of the frame.