Visually, the High Line is a light sculpture, a svelte line that gives off light without revealing its source. The new floor lamp by Josep Lluís Xuclà generates light indirectly by reflection, and uniquely, the light does not bounce off the ceiling, but off the wall. Its designer is interested in having the wall return the emitted light. A wall is this lamp’s greatest ally, and they want to remain close.
Formally, it’s a composition in volumes and colours. Three blocks that stand out for their shapes and tones: the vertical, light-carrying element in oak is attached to a block of lacquered wood. Both rise above the black base, which defines the optimal distance at which to place the lamp from the wall to generate an ideal light source. The austerity of its shapes contrasts with the warmth of its wood and the depth of its colours.
LED SMD 44W 700mA 2700K CRI90 Delivered lumens - 2075lm (included).
Black electrical cord
Dry locations only
74.6" tall, 12.59" by 9.44" base
Base in black lacquered iron. Structure made up of two solid wooden profiles: the lower lacquered volume supports an upper profile in oak which accommodates the light source
Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of all lighting in-stock at Marset Spain.