Multi-Lite Portable Lamp

Multi-Lite Portable Lamp

$599
$599

Bringing further flexibility to one of the most adaptable light designs of the 20th century, GUBI’s new edition of Louis Weisdorf’s sculptural and inventive Multi-Lite design reimagines the unique lamp in a portable format. Working in collaboration with the designer’s family, GUBI has redeveloped every component of the Multi-Lite Table Lamp in a more compact design, integrated a USB-charging facility, and incorporated a three-level, touch-activated dimmer function – the ideal companion to outdoor events and alfresco evenings.

Dimensions: 30cm H x 18.5cm W x 15cm D

Materials: Base available in brass or chrome. Shade available to match, black or white semi matte.

Downloads: Tear sheet

This item is currently on backorder.
Estimated lead time: Quick Ship 10-12 Weeks

GUBI is the global design house where timeless modern icons and the creative talents of today meet and mingle – a century of design brilliance in one daring, definitive, and ever-evolving collection.

Positioned at the point where the beauty of history meets the thrill of right now, GUBI is the creative force and curator behind the world’s most extraordinary design from the 20th century onwards. Whether diving into archives or driving the designs of today, GUBI is responsible for a timeless, inventive, and intercontinental collection of furniture, lighting and interior objects that merge function with meaning, enhancing every space.

As well as rediscovering and reintroducing lost treasures of design history for the present generation, GUBI collaborates with a hand-picked global roster of visionary design studios to create icons for tomorrow. Inspired by the past, always looking to the future, GUBI makes and shares stories that resonate with design lovers around the world, inspiring moments and memories to treasure.

Louis Weisdorf (1932– 2021) was a well-known Danish architect and industrial designer. After becoming one of the youngest designers to graduate from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 1954, he worked across graphic, interior, architectural, and industrial design. Weisdorf de­scribed himself as a specialist in versatility, which sums up the prodigious and notable career of this multi-faceted designer.
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