"Dublé" Yellow Cuboid Wall Lamp by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Mørup, 1970, Denmark: Immerse your space in the multifunctional charm of the 'Dublé' wall lamp, a forward-thinking design by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Mørup. Invented in 1970, this piece remains a compelling example of Hammerborg's versatile and innovative design ethos.
The name 'Dublé', meaning double, derives from its ingenious, reversible louvre design that enables two distinct directions of light. Depending on your needs, you can choose between a white, light-reflecting side and a red, light-absorbing side. This feature makes the 'Dublé' an excellent choice for areas where adjustable lighting is essential, such as bedside tables, writing desks, or record players.
The lamp's form is an eye-catching cuboid shape, lacquered in a vibrant shade of yellow. This pop of color injects a playful, contemporary vibe into any interior, making the lamp a standout piece. Equipped with a practical cord switch, the 'Dublé' is easy to mount onto the wall, offering a flexible lighting solution.
Despite its age, the 'Dublé' wall lamp retains its dynamic appeal and is in excellent condition. It has been thoroughly inspected, cleaned, and is ready for immediate use.