Kaschkasch Collaborates with HAY on the Marselis Floor and Table Lamp

April 20, 2018 Caroline Williamson

Kaschkasch Collaborates with HAY on the Marselis Floor and Table Lamp

kaschkasch looked to Danish streets, particularly street signs, for inspiration when creating their latest product – the Marselis floor and table lamp designed in collaboration with HAY. The circular head of the lamp rotates around to direct the light vertically, while the stem rotates on the base to change the direction.

The light is housed in a tilting circular disc giving you the option of indirect light or direct task lighting. On the back of the disc, there’s a light switch with three dimming options.

The lamp’s body is made of die cast aluminum with a powder coated finish and the flat panel light is encased in an injection molded polycarbonate opalescent lens.

The Marselis lamps for HAY were launched during Salone Del Mobile 2018 at Palazzo Clerici.

Photos by merrild studios.

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