- Designer: In Common With
- Provenance: North America, 21st Century
- Expected Lifespan: Built to last for lifetimes to come with proper care
- Designed and constructed in NYC
- All rented lamps include an LED light bulb, provided at no cost from ZZ Driggs, offering an estimated 15,000 hours of light and efficient energy use
- Dimensions: 1' 1" L x 1' 1" W x 1' H
- Extra Fragile: Requires extra care and caution during use
- Materials are locally-sourced as often as possible
- In Common With keeps production in house once all materials arrive
- Products utilize low-to-no VOC varnishes and powder coatings
- All three ceramic lamps (Pyramid, Dome and Alien) have hand-pinched clay shades that are highly textured and unglazed
What Have We Here ?
Ceramics are one of the oldest human crafts, making the space-age motif of this lamp all the more remarkable for its seamless blend of ancient and current cultural significance. The design team at In Common With added a simple hinge to this lamp’s steel base giving it all the more functionality. Throw light anywhere you need by swiveling or rotating the lamp shade up and down.
How to Use It ?
The Ceramic Alien Table Lamp is both decorative and functional adding a sculptural element to any room. Nearly everyone marvels at this unique work, so we recommend placing it in a space of communion.
Why It Matters ?
In Common With proudly offers light fixtures that are built to last. Precision-machined components and high-quality materials prepare each of their works to stand the test of time. By creating with talented and expert craftspeople, In Common With supports a varied ecosystem and encourages creativity around the world.