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Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp | Lamps by Umbra & Lux | Umbra & Lux in Vancouver. Item made of metal
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Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp | Lamps by Umbra & Lux | Umbra & Lux in Vancouver. Item made of metal
Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp | Lamps by Umbra & Lux | Umbra & Lux in Vancouver. Item made of metal
Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp | Lamps by Umbra & Lux | Umbra & Lux in Vancouver. Item made of metal
Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp | Lamps by Umbra & Lux | Umbra & Lux in Vancouver. Item made of metal
Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp | Lamps by Umbra & Lux | Umbra & Lux in Vancouver. Item made of metal

Created and Sold by Umbra & Lux

Umbra & Lux

Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp

Featured In Umbra & Lux, Vancouver, Canada

Price $750

Creation: 2-3 weeks
Shipping: 5-7 days
Estimated Arrival: May 21, 2024

Handmade

Sustainable

Reclaimed Materials

Upcycled Product

Locally Sourced

DimensionsWeight
16H x 10W x 10D in
40.64H x 25.4W x 25.4D cm

Designing cactus when you live in a rainforest seems like not facing up to reality! What can we say, we are just enamoured with the graphical appearance of cacti shapes. We sometimes would also enjoy spending some time in a warmer and dryer place…
The orbs, lights and other decorative features can be repositioned on the cactus so you can create your own art piece. Ideal for plant lovers who find watering plants to be a little challenging. Our cacti can also help you create a novel indoor garden featuring live cacti and art pieces!

Item Saguaro Cactus Table Lamp
Created by Umbra & Lux
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Umbra & Lux
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
We combine art, technology and minimalist designs to create environmentally sensitive sculptural lighting.

Umbra & Lux was born in Vancouver, British Columbia at the iconic 1000 Parker Street Studios. Two passionate minds with a strong love for art & design joined their respective strengths to create unique illuminated sculptures. A shared aesthetic vision and environmental concerns brought them to use upcycled materials as a medium for their sculptures.