Curtis Jeré 'Crane' Floor Lamp in Steel
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Curtis Jeré, floor lamp 'Crane', chrome-plated, enameled steel, United States, circa 1970
This floor lamp is an excellent example of finding itself at the intersection of art and design. Jeré has this quality of profound artistic vision and treats his furniture as if they are sculptures. This massive floor lamp visually represents a crane, a well thought out design that is not only giving pleasure through haptic beauty, but the construction of this specific machine itself is ideally to use in designing a floor lamp. The size is grandiose, making it suitable for spatial rooms with high ceilings. Also, a cantilevered arm equipped with a counter-weight makes it possible to adjust the light easily to your own preferences. The two diffusers are inspired by theatrical light equipment, creating more visual interest. Curtis Jeré is a combination of the names of the artists Jerry Fels and Curtis Freiler. The due had a long term collaboration from the 1950s-1970s. Together they had an idealistic goal producing high quality piece that were available for the masses.
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