The unmistakable silhouette of Gretta Grossman’s Gräshoppa Floor Lamp for Gubi ensures it remains a staple of mid-20th-century design.Read More
The unmistakable silhouette of Gretta Grossman’s Gräshoppa Floor Lamp for Gubi ensures it remains a staple of mid-20th-century design.
The unique form of the Gräshoppa resembles its namesake insect; its tubular steel tripod base stands at an angle, giving the impression of a grasshopper stalking its prey. The lamp is finished with a conical shade crafted from powder-coated steel and accented with a rotating brass fitting that allows you to create targeted lighting with minimum glare.
Created in 1947 by the Swedish-born and California-based designer, the lamp is heavily influenced by European modernism. Inspired by designers such as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Walter Gropius, Grossman herself was a pioneer in shaping the aesthetic of mid-century North American modernism.
Requires: 1x max. 6W E14 LED bulb (not included).
- Inspired by the form of a grasshopper
- Crafted from powder-coated steel
- With a rotating conical steel shade