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Svenskt Tenn recommends using a matte LED bulb. This light source is both energy saving and will keep your lampshade in a good condition while no shadows will reflect on it.
Colourful, ceramic table lamp, created by Swedish artist Liselotte Watkins and produced by the renowned company Bitossi in Italy. The Sole table lamp is adorned with Watkins characteristic women-motif. It is part of her “Via Sallustiana” interior collection, named after the street in Rome where Liselotte lives together with her family. The collection reflects how a Swedish childhood finds new resonance in life as a woman in Italy. The childhood's enterprising female figures and the Swedish applied arts that both earned and praised them, are depicted here through a life as a woman, mother and artist. A colourful ovation to the matriarchy, power, responsibility and the body. To the woman as a human – without being apologetic.
Liselotte Watkins has mainly worked internationally with clients such as Prada, Vogue, Elle and Miu Miu, and is in Sweden mainly known for her collaborations with Lovisa Burfitt and Carin Rodebjer. In recent years Liselotte had an ongoing and close cooperation with the prestigious ceramic workshop Bitossi in Florence. After growing up in Sweden, Liselotte has lived in Dallas, New York, Paris and Milan among other places. Today she lives in Rome, together with her family.
Sustainability and manufacturing
Sustainability in focus
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Decorate with Lighting
There should be at least five light sources in every room. The light from a ceiling lamp is best used for cleaning and doing housework. The rest of the time, the light ought to be lower down.