A series I Planet lamp from this iconic Australian company. Most of us are familiar with the brightly coloured K Series of the late 60s with it’s matching pedestal. This predates that style, originally developed just prior to the 2nd World War in 1938. Continuously made for the next 30 years and originally intended for industrial use by architects, designers (remember the blueprint) and workshop.
Please note that this style has no pedestal and is intended for fixing to the table top. Please don’t hesitate to enquire regarding more information.
Price A$ 245
These come up very rarely.
An articulated or anglepoise desk or worktable light from the 1940’s. In Australia this work light was reinvented with great success by Planet. A style beloved of design devotees as well of those of us that just like to work under a bright light. We are particularly drawn to the on/off switch which looks like if it has been taken straight off the wall and sculpted in an integrated fashion to the base.
15 cm diameter at the base and 90 cm fully extended upwards.
Calling all architects, particularly those presently living in cramped quarters. This magnificent plan press cabinet allows you to store your drawings in the the press below, and your linen shirts and cufflinks in the cabinets above. Made around 1900 from blackwood, with all original handles and fixings. $4,900.
From the 1920’s an architect’s or artist’s table with an inclined top and storage compartment immediately beneath.
And underneath that three further shelves for paper stock or finished works.
Chrome and leather chair and stool 1980 $380. Domed trunk 1880 $450. Later smaller wooden banded trunk, 1900 $120. Torchére base, previously illustrated.