HAY Apollo Glass Table Lamp Shade

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The HAY Apollo Glass Table Lamp Shade is like a big sister to the portable lamp version. A stunning and unique piece that is sure to add a touch of elegance to any space. This lamp is crafted with beautiful opal glass and features a tulip-formed silhouette for a classic look. The hand-made design makes each lamp truly one-of-a-kind, and the soft, ambient glow will create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Perfect for use on shelves, windowsills or tables in a variety of private and public space. Designed for use with the HAY Table Cord Set, and uses a standard E27 bulb (not supplied).

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HAY has always believed that good design is everyones right. That's why from the very beginning in 2002, co-founders and creative directors Rolf and Mette Hay committed to working the best designers to create high-quality products, made for the evolving needs of everyday life. Constantly striving to make good design accessible to everyone by supplying their trademark designs with affordable price tags. HAY is committed to nurturing and promoting young talents as well as using established designers.

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Ø25 X H38 cm


Mouth blown glass shade. The Apollo Table Lamp Shade is handmade and every lamp might vary slightly in size or shape. Injected moulded cork stopper.

Designed by


Nikolaj Lorentz Mentze is a Danish designer and the owner of Copenhagen-based architecture and design firm STUDIO 0405. He graduated at Kolding School of Design in Denmark, specialising in Product Design, before establishing STUDIO 0405 in 2015 which is a design studio working in the intersection between space and object. It explores the culture of design’s historic, technical and aesthetic properties and how it can be qualified and further developed in an object. The studio plays with our surroundings that enhance the everyday life and the dialogue between object and human in a given context through inherent materiality and craftsmanship.

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