Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing
combines marble, aluminium and wood

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Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

Two cylinders are joined by a wooden pole to form this lamp by New York studio Rich Brilliant Willing.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

Lamps in Rich Brilliant Willing's Quart range all comprise a solid marble base and a similar-shaped aluminium shade.



These two elements are connected on one side with a wooden stem, fixed halfway up both sections.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

The shade pivots around the connection point, so the light can be turned to face different directions.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

"Quart is a reading or directional lamp friendly to contract and residential settings, with a swivelling shade that can be directed as needed," said Rich Brilliant Willing.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

The electrical cord is embedded into the wood, running up the back of the pole before looping out and into the shape.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

"Comprised of simple cylindrical volumes, its minimal footprint is anchored by solid stone and highlights any moment in your home or workspace," said the brand.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

The lamps are available as a compact table model or as a floor version with an extended stem.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

Finish options include a white or charcoal marble base; a walnut, oak, black-painted oak wooden stem; and a white or black aluminium shade.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

These colours can be mixed and matched to form various compositions, including an all-black design.

Quart lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing

Marble is currently enjoying a revival in contemporary design. Recent projects we've featured that use the material include a lamp that pairs the stone with blown-glass top and a collection of products made from unwanted marble tiles.

  • emma

    Interesting. I just wish the power switch was more well-considered.

  • Manuel

    So unnecessary once again. Nothing new here.

  • Elliot Morgan

    I can deal with marble, a beautiful and powerful material. But to have the power switch so poorly considered is an oversight which can not be forgiven on what is essentially, just another designed splurge.