Grossman Cobra Wall Lamp
The distinctive Cobra Wall Lamp is designed by Greta M. Grossman in the 1950's, taking its name from the oval shade, playfully resembling the snake’s hood. Greta M. Grossman's delicate design language beautifully comes to live with the lamp's simple, soft-edged form - light and iconic in expression whilst equally aesthetic and useful.
The flexible shade can be adjusted 360 degrees, which creates a soft light that spreads up the wall, making it the perfect illumination for entrances and hallways.
Designed by Greta M. Grossman, 1950
Manufacture by Gubi, Denmark
16 Ø SD x 14 SH x 14D x 33 cm H x 200 cm (cord)
Black or White
Powder-coated aluminum shade and base (weighted with cast iron ballast), adjustable chromed steel arm and textile covered cord
Max. wattage: Halogen E14 30W. Switch on cord, The lamp can be tilted 90 degrees from horizontal to vertical and shade can be rotated. The textile cord matches the shade. Comes Wired or Hard Wired.