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Pantographe reading floor lamp - front
Pantographe reading floor lamp - context
Pantographe reading floor lamp - context
Pantographe reading floor lamp - context

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The tool for drawing known as the pantograph has given its name to this collection of lights. Like the architect’s instrument that serves to reduce or enlarge a picture, this collection owes its originality to the articulated stems and arms that make up the bodies of its three lights. The lights are agile and follow the hand to illuminate every gesture.
Covered in leather and metal, the lighting elements are reminiscent of whips and an equestrian world. The finishes are exquisite, carefully-considered, and highly sophisticated. The base becomes a trinket tray, the wiring is hidden and electric cables are covered in leather.
Meticulous attention has been given to detail.
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