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Armitage floor lamp

Armitage floor lamp

Joe Armitage | Armitage Lamps

An American walnut and brass standing lamp originally designed in 1959 by Edward Armitage. The light has been reissued by the designers grandson, Joe Armitage, over 50 years after it's original conception. The light is produced using a mixture of hand craft and digital techniques. It comes with a plain white conical shade, a form that resembles a graceful windsock. This can be interchanged with a range of hand-printed shades designed by Marthe Armitage, Joe's Grandmother.


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An American walnut and brass standing lamp originally designed in 1959 by Edward Armitage. The light has been reissued by the designers grandson, Joe Armitage, over 50 years after it's original conception. The light is produced using a mixture of hand craft and digital techniques. It comes with a plain white conical shade, a form that resembles a graceful windsock. This can be interchanged with a range of hand-printed shades designed by Marthe Armitage, Joe's Grandmother.

Architect Edward Armitage travelled from London to Ludhiana, India in 1952, with his newly married wife Marthe and their baby James. They lived there for two years while he designed and constructed a hospital. Liberal planning laws meant Edward was allowed freedom as an Architect. During their time there he had a number of pieces of furniture made in the local bazaar. One of these was the Armitage lamp, originally produced in Indian Rosewood.

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