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Candela Table Lamp / 60% off at £295

Candela Table Lamp / 60% off at £295

Manufacturer: Astep
Were £786 inc.vat each
Now £295

Candela Table Lamp / 60% off at £295

Manufacturer: Astep
Were £786 inc.vat each
Now £295

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Fire powers LED lights in this innovative piece inspired by traditional Scandinavian oil lamps. Fuelled by plant-based bioethanol, a natural and renewable energy source, the Candela produces enough energy to power not only the LEDs but also charge a phone.

The Candela's refillable aluminium canister houses a ceramic fibre wick, topped with an aluminium powder coating to ensure years of use. When lit it creates a smokeless flame that heats a series of plates, creating a temperature difference that powers the twenty-four LEDs in the base.

In using this early 19th-century discovery to create a contemporary lamp, designer Francisco Gomez Paz connects the past and present to create a versatile lighting solution that is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

We have two ex-display Candela Table Lamps available.

  • Dia. 18.6 x 24.1 cm.

Please note that ex-display pieces may show some signs of wear. This item is sold as seen and is therefore not available for online purchase. For more information please email [email protected] or call our showroom on 020 7278 8456.

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director Alessandro Sarfatti share of their design philosophy "We must work in all directions, and in each one find a small amount of innovation"

Astep's lighting collection is a curious blend of tradition and technology intertwined with a family story. Alessandro Sarfatti is the grandson of Gino and son of Riccardo. Gino Sarfatti founded legendary Italian lighting company Arteluce in 1939 and Riccardo was a co-founder of the similarly innovative Luceplan.

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