Spun Floor Lamp

Plan and elevation drawings of the Spun Floor Lamp with dimensions

The Spun Floor Lamp is designed with a modernist ergonomic base that transitions into a thin glossy tube and a rounded drum shade. Designed by Sebastian Wrong in 2003, the lamp was created with the concepts of purity in form and quality construction. The Spun Floor Lamp is constructed of an aluminum frame and a shade with a sandblasted glass diffuser and a glossy finish in black, mud grey, or white. Reminiscent of streamline 1960’s designs from designers such as Eero Saarinen, the Spun Floor Lamp is meant to balance function, aesthetics, and refinement.

The Spun Floor Lamp has an overall height of 69" (175 cm).


*Under Development*

69.0” | 175 cm

Diameter: 20.0” | 51 cm

High gloss painted or polished aluminum
Sebastian Wrong


Drawings include:
Spun Floor Lamp side elevation, plan

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Floor lamps are tall freestanding light fixtures that can be easily rearranged within a space. Typically supported by a tall pole inserted into a weighted base, floor lamps are commonly used in residential settings as an essential and functional component of a living room or reading room layout.