Nana Lure

Pelle's Nana Lure lamp
Pelle's Nana Lure lamp suspended above the Fin Chair
Two of Pelle's Nana Lure lamps suspended above three Stiletto Stools
Pelle’s DVN table displayed in their former showroom as part of the Unnatural Habitat exhibition
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    Product Name:
    Nana Lure


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    Available in 2 standard sizes:
    Nana Lure 36
    Nana Lure 48

    Dimensions & Weight:
    Nana Lure 36
    Overall: W 50in/1.3m x D 15in/38cm x H 39in/99cm
    Shade: W 36in/96cm x D 15in/38cm x H 7.5in/19cm
    Weight: 7lb/3kg

    Nana Lure 48
    Overall: W 60in/1.5m x D 19in/48cm x H 50in/1.3m
    Shade: W 48in/1.2m x D 19in/48cm x H 9in/23cm
    Weight: 11lb/5kg

    Dimensions are approximate and may vary slightly.

    Nana Lure 36
    Wattage 13
    Lumens: 960

    Nana Lure 48
    Wattage 15
    Lumens: 1100

    Color Temperature: 2400K
    Life Hours: 50,000+
    CRI: 95+
    Internal TRIAC Dimmable Driver in canopy (120V)
    Remote Driver upon request

    Suspension and Metal Finish:
    Standard: Ships with 6ft/1.8m Patinated Steel stem and oval canopy (L 7in/17.8cm x W 5.5/14cm) in matching metal finish. Stem can be cut on site. Longer stem lengths available upon request.
    Upgrade: Custom Leather Strap with Mottled Brass hardware and oval canopy (L 7in/17.8cm x W 5.5/14cm) in matching metal finish. Overall drop height to be specified at time of order.

    Hand-painted Cast Cotton Paper, Patinated Steel, LED

    Leaf Option:
    Solid, Split

    Lead Time:
    16-20 weeks

    Made in New York

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The Nana Lure Lamp combines realism with fantastical abstraction to bring a botanical illustration to life.

Nana’s distinctive banana frond is made of cast-cotton paper, sculpted and then painted by hand in the studio.

Lamp suspensions are intricate leatherwork and hand-hewn brass embellishments created in collaboration with A. Jason Ross of Artemas Quibble.