The Tribeca collection series consists of several lamps, pendant lights and chandeliers inspired by New York gentility from the 30s of the last century.
The name Tribeca refers to a very popular part of Lower Manhattan, while different shapes and forms of lighting fixtures in the collection are the result of a creative process, where designers from Søren Rose Studio toured the United States, in search of beautiful old lamps.
They are then dismantled and transformed into these beautiful posh designs with a touch of retro.
Menu manufactures the Stample lamp in either solid brass or powder-coated steel. The wall lamp can be swivelled horizontally and it has an outgoing at the bottom cable, therefore no wall connector for power is necessary.
The light source can be freely selected, thus the term is further individualized. Dimensions are really compact: the height of 56 cm and the depth of 62 cm, with the textile coated power cord of 200 cm and matte black or brass finishes.