Kiri

Floor Lamp, Black & Brass

£38 Was £129
£38
Was £129

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Design

Our designer's paper aeroplane made waves back in 1998 – inspiring a whole new type of floor lamp, more than 21 years later. Meet the Kiri.

A contemporary take on an old-fashioned lamp, this exuberantly playful floor lamp is an experiment with triangular shapes, its shade and base both taking a three-sided form.

With a feel of origami, and instrincally aeronautical in style, the lamp shade hangs over its frame like a book you've just dropped over the top. A book about paper planes, of course.

Details

Designs are made with natural materials and are handcrafted one at a time. There may be natural variations in colour and texture that are not product flaws, they make your design truly one-of-a-kind.

  • Overall dimensions: W: 27 cm D: 30 cm H: 142 cm
  • Weight: 4 kg
  • Materials: steel shade, iron stem, cast aluminium base
  • Finish: brass-plated shade, stem and base powdercoated in black
  • Wattage: 25W
  • Voltage: 220-240 V
  • Energy rating: A++ to D
  • Recommended bulb: 6-9W LED E27 (not included)
  • Cable length: 180 cm
  • Assembly: yes, attach shade to lamp neck

Delivery
  • Our one-man delivery service will be to your door.
  • We have temporarily extended our no-quibble returns policy to 30 days. We’ll collect the product from your doorstep and refund the delivery fee and the product cost. A collection charge may apply.
  • There may be a surcharge for delivery outside of mainland UK
Interest free instalments
  • Spread the cost with our partner Klarna
  • Pay in 3 instalments for orders between £35-£1,000. Interest free with no credit check. The first instalment will happen at the point of order
  • Klarna terms and conditions apply – find out more

An original piece for the contemporary home, progressive and beautifully designed. In the Swoon Studio, we create with urban landscapes as our point of inspiration. Cracks running through concrete on city streets, the architecture of an old railway station, the birds-eye view of paths in a green space. We see the extraordinary within the ordinary. We use it to fuel a new wave of design.