• Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition
  • Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition
  • Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition
  • Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition
  • Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition
  • Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition
  • Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953, Hvidt and molgaard, Andtradition

Tripod HM8 floor light, 1953

Tripod HM8 floor light by Hvidt + Mølgaard for &tradition.

Tripod HM8 floor lamp echoes Hvidt and Mølgaard minimal approach in design, striking a balance between the soft curved edges of its base and simple form. Designed in 1953, the floor lamp was first produced in 2020.

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Tripod HM8 floor light by Hvidt + Mølgaard for &tradition.

Tripod HM8 floor lamp echoes Hvidt and Mølgaard minimal approach in design, striking a balance between the soft curved edges of its base and simple form. Designed in 1953, the floor lamp was first produced in 2020.

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47w x 63d x 134cmh
5.3kg

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The base of the floor lamp is made from steel tubes with brass details. The shade is spun from a single piece of aluminium. The lamp is available in black (RAL 9005) and maroon (RAL 8012) colour with a satin matt finish.

Supplied with 2m fabric cord with on/off switch.

Light source: E27 Max 60 Watt, 220-240V – 50Hz (not included)

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Craft meets art. Function meets form. Material meets potential. This is the &tradition's Nordic tradition and heritage.

Craft meets art. Function meets form. Material meets potential. This is the &tradition's Nordic tradition and heritage.

&tradition aims to bridge these values to contemporary design, reshaping, redefining and reinventing materials, techniques and forms. &tradition covers the masters of yesterday, as well as contemporary designers.

The &tradition roots are Nordic; with respect for nature that provides raw materials, and believe in design that is made to last.

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