Kundalini Gherkin Table Lamp by Norman Foster. The Gherkin Table Lamp has the exact same shape as the iconic Gherkin building in London's main financial district. The Gherkin Tower is an icon of contemporary modern architecture. Both the building and this lamp were designed by Norman Foster. The Gherkin name first appeared in The Guardian newspaper in 1996, referring to that plan's highly unorthodox layout, and this was enthusiastically adopted by other media and the public. Due to the current building's somewhat phallic appearance, other inventive names have also been used for the building, including the Erotic gherkin, the Towering Innuendo, and the Crystal Phallus. Gherkin is a table lamp composed of a mouth blown acid etched glass diffuser.
Table lamp with triplex mouth blown acid etched glass. Available in two finishes glossy white or matt white. Chromed metal base.
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