This “Lighthouse” table lamp by James Evanson from the 1984 is wired for US outlets and has been repaired / restored by the Selby House. Inspired by both modern architecture and design principles of the Memphis Group, these lamps received world-wide attention and became a symbol of the 1980’s. The “Lighthouse” includes customizable features, such as moveable acrylic pieces and wooden accessories, which makes them as much about lighting as creating an intimate, unique space.
About James Evanson
Born in Montana, Evanson received training early on from his father, a cabinet-maker, carpenter, and draftsman. Working mostly in NYC and Santa Fe, he was on the fore-front of the international functional art movement. A pilot in the Vietnam War, Evanson continued to fly small single-engine planes into his 70’s. Sadly in 2022, James and Lisa Evanson died in a plane crash due to engine failure outside of Chicago, IL.
Dimensions: 20.25"H x 11"W x 11"D
Materials: Lacquered fiberboard, lacquered wood, acrylic, perforated metal
Condition: Good Vintage Condition. Wear consistent with age and use. Repaired and Restored by the Selby House
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