CUMULUS FLOOR LAMP OAK

$2,765.00$2,805.00

Installments by Afterpay available between $0.00 - $1,000.00 Learn More

Manufacturer: Enoki

Clear
SKU: 9001 Category:

Like a cloud in a stage set, the Cumulus Floor Lamp suspends its ethereal shade from a pivoting arm. Made from either solid Tasmanian Oak or American Walnut, with lamp cord available in red, black, grey or white. Like the rest of the Cumulus family, Cumulus Floor comes in flat pack boxes and is easy to assemble.

Designed and made in Australia

Available in oak or walnut

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 450 × 700 × 450 cm

Designer Information

Enoki is a multi-disciplinary design firm specialising in Visual Communication and Interior Architecture. We work together with our clients to achieve outstanding results that leave the right impression. Our constant collaboration and experimentation enable us to explore new directions in design. Our focus is always to create a completely coherent package for our clients, be that a residential property, a commercial fit-out, an annual report, or a corporate identity system.

Enoki establishes a design brief through conversations with clients to guide the design process. During the design process Enoki’s staff call on a wide range of skills like; research, conceptual drawing, spatial planning, design development, detail design, illustration, typography and layout, finished art and construction drawing. It is our practice to have an ongoing dialogue, internally and amongst ourselves to constantly question our concepts. We are qualified designers with the technical ability to deliver artwork and construction drawings for all projects to a high level of finish. We have the expertise to manage the production / construction phase to completion.

Enoki applies attention to detail and careful consideration to every project no matter how small. We practice being completely present during the design process. Staff are always working and experimenting on ‘side-line’ projects, or engaging in competition work in their free time. Through ideas and processes discovered during ‘design play’ project work is injected with new life.