Many furnishings are manufactured with a certain confidence about their future fixed existence, but on the contrary, the Stan Floor Lamp makes no assumption that it should be constantly kept in the exact same place.
This cooperative nature is precisely what makes this floor lamp so fetching to a potential owner. It has been assembled with the adaptable anatomy that permits it to be easily moved throughout different interior spaces and even converted quickly into a compact form for effective storage.
All the while, this illuminator by Samuel Treindl embodies a whimsical appearance to afford it such an alterable adeptness. The entirety of its structure is of a round and slender powder coated steel, configured with two pairs of right-angled crooks. These provide a frame for winding up its lengthy power cable. The Stan Floor Lamp can even swing one foot of its tripod in, so to lean completely flat besides its lampshade.