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  1. As retro is the spirit of the age, we here at Design Public are after a Huey Lewis revival. Yes, that's right, it's once again "Hip to Be Square" (and it seems if anyone would know the size of the gap between hip and square, it might just be Huey Lewis). Exhibit A: the Rex lamp from Lights Up!, which is properly rectangular (except the small pendant), but don't let the details distract you--it's oh so hip. The remarkably sharp lines and high-quality neutral linen shades would warm Mies's high-modernist heart, but the price and beauty will work in almost any pad.

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    $225.00
  2. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here, saw Lights Up! Pear lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Pear lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $240.00
  3. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here, saw Lights Up! Duck lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Duck lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $380.00
  4. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here, saw Lights Up! Pops Deluxe lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Pops Deluxe lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $330.00
  5. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here, saw Lights Up! Squire lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Pops Squire lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    Price From: $240.00
  6. Steel and cloth meet with seductive results.

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    $299.00
  7. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here (now?), saw Lights Up! lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Lights Up! lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $306.00
  8. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here (now?), saw Lights Up! lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Lights Up! lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $326.00
  9. The Swedish designer Jonas Wagell initially designed The Peek lamp as a floor lamp to accompany a sofa he did a few years ago. The design is simplistic, humble and somewhat quirky. He explains, “I find that floor lamps are often big and quite dominant in interiors. I needed a lamp which was small and humble and simply “popped up” where you needed some light. The Peek lamp has a heavy base with a long slender stem and a shade, which gracefully peeks over The back of a sofa or armchair.” The shape and silhouette of The Peek table lamp is The same as a floor lamp, only The proportions have shrunk. Use The lamp as a reading light, as your new best friend on your desk or as The last thing you see before you close your eyes at night. The base has a concave top creating a bowl for essential stationery, earplugs, jewelry or other small items and The tip of The stem functions as a dimmer. Jonas Wagell on The design: “Although The form derives from a functional requirement I believe it’s important that The lamp has personality and an expression. I strive to create simplistic objects and products that are intuitive and easy to understand. in essence, The Peek lamps only consist of three parts: base, stem and shade. The form is reduced to The necessities and The expression becomes iconic.”

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    Regular Price: $324.95

    Special Price $259.96

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