Lampadaire Le Grasshopper

Inspired by Greta Grossman

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Grasshopper Floor Lamp
The Product The Specs
  • Design icônique de 1947
  • Fait main en acier carbone
  • Disponible en différents coloris

Avec sa silhouette inimitable, le Lampadaire Grasshopper est l'une des créations les plus connues de Grossman. La forme de cette lampe faite main en acier carburé fait penser à un insecte, d'où son nom qui veut dire "Sauterelle" en français. Le trépied est arrondi pour des raisons esthétiques et pratiques. Son design astucieux procure une lumière agréable. Le Lampadaire Grasshopper apporte un style industriel et élégant à votre intérieur et est parfait dans une chambre ou un salon. Il est disponible en noir, blanc et orange. L'interrupteur se trouve sur le câble.

L'histoire du Lampadaire Grasshopper

Grossman est une designer moderne qui s'est inspirée à la fois de ses racines européennes et de son style de vie à Los Angeles. Créé en 1947, le Lampadaire Grasshoper est un mélange de formes modernes et organiques, inspiré d'un insecte typiquement Californien, la sauterelle. Grossman a mis dans ses designs sa fantaisie et a préféré utiliser des matériaux peu communs à l'époque. Cela peut se remarquer dans la forme asymétrique et le style industriel du lampadaire.

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Grasshopper Floor Lamp
Greta Grossman

About The Designer:

Greta Grossman

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1906 – 1999 (Sweden)

Greta Magnusson Grossman had an inspirational career that spanned 40 years and two continents, Europe and North America. She is famed for her work in furniture, textiles, lighting and ceramics, and her modernist designs attracted the attention of the 1940s Hollywood jet set.

Grossman’s career started in her home country of Sweden. After completing an apprenticeship in woodwork, Grossman trained at the renowned Stockholm arts institution, Konstfack (then known as Högre Konstindustriella Skolan). An excellent technical illustrator, Grossman focused her skills on furniture design. In 1933, she became the first women to receive an award for furniture design at the Stockholm Craft Association. During rest of the 1930s, Grossman established herself as a renowned Swedish designer.

In 1940, she brought her unique Swedish modernism to Los Angeles after moving to America with her husband, jazz musician Billy Grossman. Her shop in Beverley Hills sold her own designs, advertised on her business card as "Swedish modern furniture, rugs, lamps and other home furnishings." She became popular with many celebrity clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. These connections led to new and exciting projects including a groundbreaking line of lamps for the famous Barker Brothers furniture shop. This collection included the instantly recognizable Grasshopper Floor Lamp.

Grossman described her designs as bringing

"lightness, airiness and internal comfort."

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