Menu Phare Lamp by Stanislaw Czarnocki
Menu’s Phare lamp, designed by Stanislaw Czarnocki, is a cordless, easily portable table lamp whose geometrical design combines a spherical diffuser and diagonal metal base. The built-in LED unit of the Phare lamp is powered by a rechargeable battery, providing a smooth light that diffuses through the opaque shade.
The lamp was originally designed for the apartment no. 50 at Le Corbusier‘s ‘Cité Radieuse’ in Marseille, and its design reflects the innovative attitude of Marseille’s landmark of modern architecture. The lightweight and versatile Phare lamp can be freely placed or hung inside the house, and also taken out to the garden in dry weather.SHOP NOW SHOP NOW
Danish Design House Menu
Danish Menu has cooked up a mixture of ingenious Scandinavian design products with an experimental and ambitious touch since 1976. Menu‘s furniture, lighting and décor objects are designed to ease and brighten up daily life without compromising on aesthetics. The cornerstones of its design includes endless ambition, fresh thinking and breaking down the traditional boundaries of Scandinavian design.
Menu collaborates with some of the most creative designers of modern Scandinavian design and architecture. Whenever possible, Menu also works with craftspeople around the world to sustain and renew local traditions. Find your new furniture, design lamps or bold and functional items for home from Menu‘s delightful collection of contemporary Danish design!SHOP NOW