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$400

The Carrie LED Lamp embodies what makes Scandinavian design great: minimalism, innovation, love of light, and the indefinable hygge”. The portability and diffuse glow make it useful for both indoor and outdoor lighting.

Designed by Copenhagen-based Norm Architects as a portable, lightweight lamp, the Carrie LED Lamp is unique for its multiple uses and mutability. With a sleek, functional handle and a warm orb of light nestled gently in a basket-like base, the lamp is useful almost anywhere; even on the go, as it is cordless and comes with a USB charger. Move it from your office to your bedside table, to your evening picnic in the park, and in your bicycle basket as you ride home. The cosy light created by this special piece of lighting brings comfort and sophistication wherever you are. The new line extension comes in a brushed brass finish, bringing an additional sense of richness and elegant texture to the sleek lines of the lamp.

Important usage information: To keep the internal battery healthy, only leave the Carrie plugged in during charging, with the lamp off. Do not leave plugged in while in use.

    • 9.6"H x 5.81"W x 5.3"
    • Weight: 2.2 lbs
    • opal glass shade 

Danish design house, MENU, are the masters of Soft Minimalism. Established in 1978, MENU was, and still is, a family run business. Currently in its third generation, MENU started from humble beginnings producing high-quality kitchen and silverware and has since become the epitome of Danish design. Today they collaborate with the world’s most talented designers to deliver the highest quality with a crisp Scandinavian look. They call it “soft minimalism”.

Working with a range of driven and creative individuals from the realms of architecture and design, MENU aims to provide a range of products of the highest quality with a sharp Scandinavian aesthetic. Familiar names such as Norm Architects, Jonas Wagell, and Studio Pepe have all lent their expertise and collaborated with MENU to create iconic pieces of furniture, lamps, mirrors and homewares you’re sure to recognise.

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