Like a little human, new to the world, this petite lamp is a curious being designed to look around – and just like a toddler, this all glass lamp gives an impression of being fragile and delicate
Size: Ø120 mm H140 mm
Material: Opal glass
Cord : 300 cm, G9
Bulb : LED, included
Delivery start of June 2019
Let’s make it clear: The Toddler is not designed to be a nursery lamp – it is the baby of our lamp family and has a lot of the same characteristics as a tiny tot, hence the name. Just like a little human, new to the world, this petite lamp is a curious being designed to look around – and just like a toddler, this all glass lamp gives an impression of being fragile and delicate. It makes you move carefully around it – but let’s face it: A child is sturdier than it seems – and so is The Toddler. Just don’t throw it around, and avoid banging the glass parts together!
The Toddler consists of two glass parts: an acid-etched bottom plus a top with a gradient down by the side and a sandblasted spot. The top is not fixed to the bottom but is designed to be placed in an angle that is ideal for its designated place in your home. By making an all glass lamp, the friction between the two glass parts is minimized which makes the risk of them scratching each other when adjusting the angle almost non-existent.
In all its simplicity, The Toddler is a quite interesting lamp able to calm down an otherwise busy room. By adding The Toddler as a light element in a dark or texture-heavy setting, an alluring contrast is created. We picture it in a botanical setting, surrounded by an urban jungle of greenery and foliage.That’s why The Toddler is designed with a forest green textile cable.
To emphasize the simple design of The Toddler, place it on a sideboard, in a bookcase, on your bedside table – or any other dark corner. It especially shows its character when placed against a dark or textured accent wall, or try placing it on a windowsill to experience how it looks with the bright day as a background in comparison to the dark evenings.