Design by Tejo Remy, 1991.
The Milk Bottle Lamp from Droog features 12 milk bottles with a maximum overall length of 122" field adjustable cable. The Milk Bottles hang just above the floor in rows of three by four as in Dutch milk crates from the old days.
On Collection at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Design Musen (Munich, Germany) and Museo do Design (Lisbon, Portugal).
Dimensions: 14.2" L X 10.6" W X 122" Max Overall Length
Bulbs: 12 X 15W E12 base Incandescent bulb (not included)
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Designer: Tejo Remy
Tejo Remy works as a product, interior and public space designer together with Rene Veenhuizen in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Considering everything as material, Remy incorporates existing information, circumstances, or found goods into new situations, often bringing in more social contact or, telling the story of a particular place. Remy transforms the familiar, yet the feeling remains. Having collaborated with Droog since its inception with the 1991 classics Chest of drawers, Rag Chair and Milk Bottle Lamps, Remy has reached international acclaim. His commissioners and exhibitors include Museum of Art and Design in New York, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in New York, MoMA in New York, Stedelijk Musuem in Amsterdam, Museum Boymans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, ACME Gallery in Los Angeles and the Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment.View other products by Tejo Remy
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