Rising majestically from the floor, the cylindrical silhouette of the Hashira Floor Lamp iteration is combined with elements of western textile lamp shades to lend the design a familiar feel. The translucent fabric shade not only acts as a diffuser, projecting the light in multiple directions while creating a cosy, glare-free ambience, it also adds palpable appeal that enhances the softness of an interior – acoustically as well as tactilely.

The Hashira Collection is a modern, Nordic take on the traditional Japanese rice paper lantern. Taking its name from the Japanese word for column or pillar, the textile lamps fill a space with cosy, ambient light and, true to the nature of the lantern that inspired the collection’s creation, the slender structure is visible through the shade, lending the glowing column a graphic expression. The lamp is offered in table, floor and pendant iterations, and the subdued silhouette and versatile nature of its design make it ideal in a private home —placed on the floor, atop a console or suspended from the ceiling — as well as in a professional setting, alone or in clusters.

Hashira Floor Lamp
by Menu

£670.00
We currently have 1 in stock.

Rising majestically from the floor, the cylindrical silhouette of the Hashira Floor Lamp iteration is combined with elements of western textile lamp shades to lend the design a familiar feel. The translucent fabric shade not only acts as a diffuser, projecting the light in multiple directions while creating a cosy, glare-free ambience, it also adds palpable appeal that enhances the softness of an interior – acoustically as well as tactilely.

The Hashira Collection is a modern, Nordic take on the traditional Japanese rice paper lantern. Taking its name from the Japanese word for column or pillar, the textile lamps fill a...

Rising majestically from the floor, the cylindrical silhouette of the Hashira Floor Lamp iteration is combined with elements of western textile lamp shades to lend the design a familiar feel. The translucent fabric shade not only acts as a diffuser, projecting the light in multiple directions while creating a cosy, glare-free ambience, it also adds palpable appeal that enhances the softness of an interior – acoustically as well as tactilely.

The Hashira Collection is a modern, Nordic take on the traditional Japanese rice paper lantern. Taking its name from the Japanese word for column or pillar, the textile lamps fill a space with cosy, ambient light and, true to the nature of the lantern that inspired the collection’s creation, the slender structure is visible through the shade, lending the glowing column a graphic expression. The lamp is offered in table, floor and pendant iterations, and the subdued silhouette and versatile nature of its design make it ideal in a private home —placed on the floor, atop a console or suspended from the ceiling — as well as in a professional setting, alone or in clusters.

‘Made to Order’ products are ordered in from the manufacturer on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product - special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include transit times from the supplier, or the time taken to deliver to you.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Dimensions:- 
Height: 83 cm, Shade Diameter: 30 cm
E27 bulb (not included)
Cord Length: 300 cm, dimmer switch
Supply - Mains wiring 220–240V

Welded steel frame with a hand-made translucent linen shade and sandblasted ash wood base.

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Norm Architects

This product is designed by
Norm Architects

Norm Architects was founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn. In a relatively short time the practice has created a large critically acclaimed body of works across the fields of residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography, graphics and art direction. Within the Really Well Made product collection they have worked with brands such as Menu and Paper Collective.

The name ‘Norm’ is not an acronym but was chosen to signify the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within the fields of architecture and aesthetics, refined throughout the centuries. Norm makes a virtue of focusing on quality, durability and longevity of design. Their objective...

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