SEAGRAM | NERO MARQUINA TABLE LAMP
The Seagram table lamp receives the name of the first attempt at skyscraper construction by the modernist architect Mies van der Rohe.
Following the functionalist aesthetic of the Seagram building located in New York City, this modern lighting piece is a block of marble involved by vertical brass blades carefully inserted as an allusion to modern metal structures. The design of the lamp incorporates Mies beliefs that a building’s structure should be visible as an external expression with no decorative elements.
Lampshade: InsidherLand Satin Ref. Pearl.
Base: nero marquina marble and brushed brass with matt varnish.
Lampshade: other InsidherLand lampshade fabrics or client fabric.
Base: other marbles and metal finishes under request.
Handmade in Portugal. Custom sizes and other finishes are available under request.