Cobra table light

Robert Dudley Best | Gubi


Designed by Greta M. Grossman in the 1950's, the Cobra table lamp takes its name from the snake’s neck which is playfully resembled by its oval shade.

Product Information

Cobra is an extremely practical table light, with a slender flexible arm that can move in all directions, allowing the shade to be adjusted through 360 degrees. It is well suited to being used to illuminate a desk, or as a reading light in a living space or bedroom.

Swedish born Grossman was greatly influenced by European modernism and the Bauhaus movement, developing a design language which would underpin mid-century Californian Modernism. Thanks to its pioneering design, the Cobra Table Lamp won the Good Design Award shortly after its conception and was exhibited at MoMA in New York.

Powder-coated steel and cast iron.

W 29   D 17   H 35 cm

Technical Information
E14 bulb fitting
Bulb: 1 x (~ 40W incandescent ~ 28W halogen ~ 4-6W LED) (not included)
Lumens: 470lm
Power Supply: 230-240 V AC at 50Hz
IP Rating: 20


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