Cobra Wall Lamp

Cobra Wall Lamp


The distinctive Cobra Wall Lamp, designed by Greta M. Grossman in the 1950s, took its name from the oval shade, which playfully resembles a snake's hood. Greta M. Grossman's delicate design language comes to life with the lamp's simple, soft-edged form, light and iconic in expression whilst equally aesthetic and useful.

DimensionsLamp Height 33.3cm H | Shade: 29cm H x 16.5cm W | 200 cm Cord

MaterialsPowder-coated aluminium shade and base (weighted with cast iron ballast), adjustable chromed steel arm and textile covered cord. Finished in Black or White Semi Matt

Additional InformationThe lamp can be tilted 90 degrees from horizontal to vertical and shade can be rotated. The textile cord matches the shade. Comes as Plug in or Hard Wired

Quick Ship Options Available for hardwire models (10-12 weeks) | Corded models will have an approximate lead time of 14-18 weeks

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Estimated lead time: Quick ship available (10-12 weeks)

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Greta Magnusson Grossman (1906-1999) maintained a prolific forty-year career on two continents: Europe and North America, and operated as mover and shaker in the male dominated world of mid-century modern design. Grossman's achievements were many and encompassed industrial design, interior design and architecture. The postwar creative climate was highly receptive to new ideas in architecture and design, and Grossman’s unique approach to Swedish modernism was a hit in Los Angeles. For her, good design was fundamentally humanistic; its role was to support people’s daily lives in a relevant and engaging way, and personal and social wellbeing were key considerations.
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