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Tripod by Gijs Bakker for Lyngby Porcelean


The Tripod is a sensual table lamp by Gijs Bakker in 1978 now produced by Lyngby Porcelean made of one piece of moth-blown glass. Three intriguing structures support the light bulb in the centre of the lamp. Gijs Bakker is a multi-disciplinary Dutch designer, lecturer and one of the original founders of Droog design. Through a philosophy of ‘conceptual design in context’, his studio in Amsterdam follows a holistic design approach in which heart, mind and substance come together.

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Throughout the years both Gijs and his studio have conceived numerous design icons, and Bakker’s work is represented in both museums and private collections worldwide. As a teacher and lecturer he urges students, artists and designers to nd their own language as designers. Something he himself has managed to do.

All Tripods are moth-blown and uniquely.



Material: Glass Size:
Colours: Clear glass