Lean by Jenny Bäck


Lean by Jenny Back

Stockholm 2011: Swedish designer Jenny Bäck presented this floor lamp at Stockholm Furniture Fair last week.

Lean by Jenny Back

Called Lean, the lampshade is attached to a bronze handle, which extends into a leaning powder coated metal rod.

Lean by Jenny Back

The rod is slotted into a triangular frame that sits on the floor.

Lean by Jenny Back

Also in the collection is a smaller table lamp and a wall light, all designed for Swedish lighting manufacturers Örsjö Belysning.

Lean by Jenny Back

See also: Crane by Benjamin Hubert.

Lean by Jenny Back

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The following information is from the manufacturers:

Lean floor lamp

Lean table lamp is new for this year following the success of the floor and wall lamp. The family of lamps with retro-modern appeal take their name from the leaning stance. Lean is produced in powder coated metal and brass with a handle in rubber.

Lean wall light

Following the success of the Lean floor lamp, Lean wall light is a continuation of Lean's retro lines. A slim wall lamp, which at first follows the wall and then stretches upwards and outwards to provide light.

See also:


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Posted on Thursday February 17th 2011 at 9:55 am by Catherine Warmann. Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • felix

    don't like

    doesn't communicate anything exciting or pleasing to me. most lamps lean forward for a good reason, so it can lean over your book or whatever. so she's just made it less functional for no reason

  • Xit

    Now thats a fine lamp, one that is hard to date, is it old is it new …..a classic well done, I think i saw the fllor version in COS once, made my eyes smile.

  • Xit

    I notice that the original wrapped cord detail is missing in this version, replaced by a rubber tube (not as sexy)

  • soerube

    love it! timeless and modern!
    I saw those in Paris in a cute furniture design gallery/shop called Singolari, http://www.singolari.com