Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Martine Bedin for Memphis Milano

Super Table Lamp

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Playfully shaped like a stylized car, this table lamp was designed in 1981 by Martine Bedin. Crafted of fiberglass, this piece features two wheels at the bottom of its half-circular blue silhouette, while the edges are adorned with six bulb holders in pink, green, blue, yellow and red. A splendid addition to a playful living room or an eclectic study, this piece can be equipped with a 100V system by contacting the Concierge before placing the order.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

• Material: Fiberglass
• Dimensions (in): W 16.54 x D 0.00 x H 11.81
• Dimensions (cm): W 42 x D 0 x H 30
• Handmade In Italy

*there is a 4-8 week lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.

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about the designer

Martine Bedin is an industrial designer, artist, architect and teacher. She studied Architecture at the École d’architecture in Paris. In 1978 she received a scholarship that took her to Florence, where she met the members of the Radical Architecture movement: the founders of Alchimia, Superstudio and Archizoom Associati. The founder of Superstudio, Adolfo Natalini, invited her to exhibit ‘The Decorated House’ at the Milan Triennale in 1979, where she met Michele De Lucchi and Ettore Sottsass. At the beginning of the ’80s she spent two years in Sottsass’s studio, working on her own projects and writing for a French design and architecture magazine. In 1981 she was among the co-founders of the Memphis Group. Bedin works with various materials, such as marble, wood, metal, and ceramics. Her work is exhibited in major museums and private collections, such as the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Manufacture Nationale de Sèvre.

Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Super Table Lamp - Son of Rand
Martine Bedin for Memphis Milano

Super Table Lamp

Regular price$1,305.00
/
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Color
  • first time? Take 10% off at checkout with code "newfriends"
  • SSL secured payment processing

Playfully shaped like a stylized car, this table lamp was designed in 1981 by Martine Bedin. Crafted of fiberglass, this piece features two wheels at the bottom of its half-circular blue silhouette, while the edges are adorned with six bulb holders in pink, green, blue, yellow and red. A splendid addition to a playful living room or an eclectic study, this piece can be equipped with a 100V system by contacting the Concierge before placing the order.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

• Material: Fiberglass
• Dimensions (in): W 16.54 x D 0.00 x H 11.81
• Dimensions (cm): W 42 x D 0 x H 30
• Handmade In Italy

*there is a 4-8 week lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

about the designer

Martine Bedin is an industrial designer, artist, architect and teacher. She studied Architecture at the École d’architecture in Paris. In 1978 she received a scholarship that took her to Florence, where she met the members of the Radical Architecture movement: the founders of Alchimia, Superstudio and Archizoom Associati. The founder of Superstudio, Adolfo Natalini, invited her to exhibit ‘The Decorated House’ at the Milan Triennale in 1979, where she met Michele De Lucchi and Ettore Sottsass. At the beginning of the ’80s she spent two years in Sottsass’s studio, working on her own projects and writing for a French design and architecture magazine. In 1981 she was among the co-founders of the Memphis Group. Bedin works with various materials, such as marble, wood, metal, and ceramics. Her work is exhibited in major museums and private collections, such as the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Manufacture Nationale de Sèvre.

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