The contemporary Tipi Floor Lamp seems to draw inspiration from a pair of different sources. The first is suggested in its very name, as the Native American teepee; the second is in the form of the illuminator, which references its name, as well as the familiar shape of the conventional lampshade.
Ateljé Lyktan uses timber to construct the frames of the intriguing pieces, finishing them either in white lacquer or leaving them with a lovely natural wood tone that's hand treated. Both models are weatherproof, enabling you to use the light fixtures to illuminate indoor as well as outdoor environments. The slatted assembly of the Tipi Floor Lamp emulates tepee construction and embodies a methodically assembled campfire look too. Its warm glow is wonderfully comforting.
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