Chameleon Lamp Still

Seletti

$145.00

The Chameleon Lamp uses imaginative design instead of camouflage to blend into creative interiors. Part of the Seletti + Marcantonio collection, the lamp boasts the Italian designer’s signature style that combines a love of the natural world with playfulness in sculptural objects. The lamp comes in three versions, offering a perfect solution to create focal points throughout your home. Apart from the table lamp, the series also comprises two wall lights. Each lamp is made from resin and features a single light bulb held by the chameleon’s spiraling tail. Beautiful on their own, the Chameleon Lamps complement the rest of the animal lamp series that includes the popular monkey and mouse lamps.

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Product Description

The Chameleon Lamp uses imaginative design instead of camouflage to blend into creative interiors. Part of the Seletti + Marcantonio collection, the lamp boasts the Italian designer’s signature style that combines a love of the natural world with playfulness in sculptural objects. The lamp comes in three versions, offering a perfect solution to create focal points throughout your home. Apart from the table lamp, the series also comprises two wall lights. Each lamp is made from resin and features a single light bulb held by the chameleon’s spiraling tail. Beautiful on their own, the Chameleon Lamps complement the rest of the animal lamp series that includes the popular monkey and mouse lamps.

Specifications

  • Materials: Resin
  • Dimensions: 17 cm x 9 cm 14 cm or 6.7” x 3.5” 5.5"
  • US version: Input 120 V - 60 Hz
  • Cable: 2.5 or 98.4"
Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba

Designer:

Born in 1976 in Massa Lombarda, Italy, Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba studied art at the Art Institute and the Academy of Fine Arts. Immediately after completing his studies, he started working in theater while also collaborating with architecture studios. During this time, his work began merging art and design. The marriage between these two creative fields along with an exploration of the relationship between Nature, Man, and Object define Marcan...