Diva floor lamp by Peter Natedal and Thomas Kalvatn Egset for Northern Lighting

June 21st, 2016 by retail design blog

As if merrily dancing upon a polished steel plate, the Diva floor lamp, designed by Peter Natedal and Thomas Kalvatn Egset for Northern Lighting, lives up to her name given her larger-than-life personality. Made of bent plywood in laminated oak or walnut, its spiraling midriff morphs into two distinctive versions of itself from different vantage points. The inner stem supports a mouth-blown glass globe with a frosted surface that softens the light. Also available in a pendant, the Diva is handmade of 32 individual strips of wood with the tools and techniques of traditional Norwegian laminated wood craftsmanship.

Global Lighting is pleased to be the exclusive North American distributor of Oslo-based Northern Lighting. Started in 2005, Northern Lighting creates products in collaboration with designers, tastemakers and innovators around the world. Their designs are guided by Scandinavian simplicity and the ever-changing character of the Nordic light.

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