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Delightfull – Unique Lamps in Videos


Today it’s time to share a bit of one of the best lighting collection that “assaulted” New York design world in the last couple of year: Delightfull Unique Lamps.

Our first iconic collection Heritage assorted in 40’s, 50’s and 60’s Soul and Jazz legacy with the major value a man can have – wisdom- to do with his own hands. For that reason each piece is done with passion and hold a history, a moment a soul.

At the first video you are captivated by Amy Floor lamp, a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter. The irreverent floor version is a reading lamp, perfect to enjoy with your favorite book at any setting. Handmade in brass and with lampshades in aluminum exactly like it was made in the 50’s. A new design star.

 Amy floor lamp

Below you can assist to the flexibility of this vintage table lamp Diana, inspired in jazz world, as well as the process of handmade production.

 Diana Table Lamp

This year, Delightfull participated in countless exhibitions, starting on Maison et Objet in latest January and, the last one, Clerkenwell Design Week. We let you with a video of two of these special international exhibitions that we enjoy a lot to participate: Maison et Objet 2013 and I Saloni 2013.

It really worths to take a look at the handmade production of the new Graphic Collection: it’s all about floor, table and wall fixtures based on a wide selection of iconic type fonts with a Delightfull twist.

Handmade production of Graphic Letters Collection, very Las Vegas style

And finally the latest launch: the Cosmo Suspension Chandelier.

Via Delightfull Blog

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