With a name inspired by the subtle muting of the illumination wafting through the 3D woven fabric shade, the Haze floor lamp was designed by Samuel Wilkinson for Zero Interior. The rings on the top and bottom of the globe bring the fixture a slight Asian feel.
With a name inspired by the subtle muting of the illumination wafting through the 3D woven fabric shade, the Haze floor lamp was designed by Samuel Wilkinson for Zero Interior. The rings on the top and bottom of the globe bring the fixture a slight Asian feel. The color of the fabric, which is available in white, black, and a blue that Zero calls petroleum, influences the brightness of the glow—as it beams through the white, is the most muted through the black, and is warmest as it glows through the blue hue.
Hardwired fixture; professional installation strongly recommended.
Clean with soft, dry microfiber cleaning cloth.
Note: This item is rewired in compliance with North American standards, exclusively by Global Lighting. If you are purchasing this item from an unathorized website for use in the U.S.A. or Canada, Global Lighting is unable to provide after sales assistance or customer service support.
When a designer has names like British Airways, Audi, LG, Samsung and Virgin Airways on his resume, he is obviously working at the top of his game. UK-based industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson is one of these fortunate professionals. He graduated from Ravensboure College of Art & Design in 2002 with a bevy of awards under his belt for furniture and product design so it’s no surprise his early career was spent working for a number of giants in design, including Conran and Fitch:London. He set up his own industrial studio in 2007, and by the following year he had completed his grandest project to that point—L’arbre de Flonville in Lausanne, Switzerland—the end result, on which he was the co-designer, bringing an old industrial area new life. More recently, he collaborated with Hulger to design the Plumen 001 light bulb, which won the grand prize from the London Design Museum—the 2011 Design of the Year” award—and the highly coveted “Black Pencil” from the D&AD. His hand-blown glass lamps “Vessel Series” for Decode London have also won international acclaim. These are broad strokes for a designer—public spaces to consumer products—and Wilkinson moves around nimbly between the two disparate scales. His new Thirty fixture for Zero has been creating a great deal of buzz in the international media, and we at Global Lighting are thrilled to bring Wilkinson’s work to the North American marketplace.