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About the design
Tema I is a wall lamp designed by Ib Fabiansen for Fog & Morup in 1966.
This wall lamp is comprised of 11 thin fir strips forming a cylinder and a larger fir strip, that act as wall mounting, inside an off-white linen screen. Open towards the top and bottom, which creates a upward and downward lighting effect.
When lit, the off-white linen screens becomes golden and creates a soft diffused illumination to the surroundings, making this set perfect for almost any room in the modern home – in the living room to emphasize a corner and a sitting area, in the bedroom for cozy illumination or perhaps in a large hallway.
In the 1960s Danish architect Ib Fabiansen designed a lighting series, called TEMA, produced by Fog & Mørup. The TEMA series consisted of two wall lamps (TEMA I + TEMA II), a table lamp (TEMA III), two pendants (TEMA IV + TEMA V) and a floor lamp (TEMA VI). All produced in northern fir with a linen screen inside.
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