The unique lamp and planter by Toronto-based designer Ryan Taylor made its first appearance as a prototype at the Toronto Interior Design Show earlier this year. A glowing tribute to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven ancient wonders of the world, the innovative hand-spun aluminium light is a fascinating contemporary light fixture designed to merge the constructed with the natural. An experienced craftsman, Taylor designed the lamp with a corrosion-resistant coating and a nearly two-metre long cable for flexible mounting. The electrical components are protected from moisture by a large seal, and the lamp can safely hold up to 11 kg of soil and plants. For herbs in the kitchen or decorative greenery in the living room, this fascinating luminary is designed to delight the senses.
- Hand made in Canada
- Ceiling rose included
- Lightbulb not included
- Lamp: E26 fixture. For use with energy-saving bulb, max. 100W.
- Corrosion-resistant coating. Includes canopy lamp, cable, and socket. ESA certified. Light bulb, plants and earth not included. Waterproof seal between planter and electrical fitting. 1.8 m hanging wire and fixtures included. Instruction manual included.
- Plant can be watered or sprayed. Avoid contact between electrical components and water to protect the seal
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L39 x W39 x H18 CM
Babylon Light With Faux Plant Insert
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