Stemlite Wall Lamp


Pre-Order Leam Time: 14 - 16 weeks
Designed by Bill Curry, 1962

The Stemlite (1962) was the first total look lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was inspired by the strong, organic, yet slender stems that support flower heads in nature. It comprises a die-cast metal base, evocative of a tulip-stem, topped with a mouth blown glass globe, and a simple cylinder-shaped rotary switch underneath that gently rolls between the fingers from on to off.

The new Stemlite Wall Lamp appears to grow organically out of the wall, with a steel arm that extends directly outwards before turning up 90 degrees to be topped with a bulbous frosted glass shade.

Shade - Frosted Glass
Base - Black Chrome, Switch on Base

Shade: Dia. 32 cm
Cord Length: 220 cm


470 Lumen (40W incandescent 30W halogen, ~ 5-6W LED, Dimmable)