• Skyline wall light, 2014, Folkform, Orsjo
  • Skyline wall light, 2014, Folkform, Orsjo
  • Skyline wall light, 2014, Folkform, Orsjo

Skyline wall light, 2014

Skyline wall light by Folkform for Orsjo.

The Skyline wall light was launched at the 2014 Stockholm Furniture Fair. The design is based upon the blocky, concrete shapes of a Stockholm suburb.

'Many of our products are inspired by architecture and graphic expression in buildings. The particular skyline lamp was inspired by the raw concrete suburb where I grew up, called Vällingby.' Folkform co-founder Anna Holmquist.

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Skyline wall light by Folkform for Orsjo.

The Skyline wall light was launched at the 2014 Stockholm Furniture Fair. The design is based upon the blocky, concrete shapes of a Stockholm suburb.

'Many of our products are inspired by architecture and graphic expression in buildings. The particular skyline lamp was inspired by the raw concrete suburb where I grew up, called Vällingby.' Folkform co-founder Anna Holmquist.

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23w x 18d x 12cmh

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Available in white, rough brass, or stainless steel.

The family includes a pendant, wall and floor light.

Cord or hard-wired option available.

White lacquered, rough brass, or stainless steel.

Bulb: Includes x 2 LED 3.5W

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Orsjo is an integral part of that history with over 60 years experience in the production of high quality lighting.

Orsjo is an integral part of that history with over 60 years experience in the production of high quality lighting.

Their experience, flexibility and broad product collection enables them to meet the exacting standards required by their clients. Orsjo's vast experience of developing customized lighting solutions in various scales has resulted in many close collaborations with architects and corporations over the years.

The company's aim is always to find the optimal solution for the specific project.

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