The Design Studio remanufacture new products from reclaimed and salvaged materials prolonging the social history the materials.
Steeped in Swedish engineering history, Primus, founded in 1892 by Frans Lindgvist and John Svenson has been globally recognized for pioneering outdoor cooking. A Primus stove accompanied Roald Amundsen when he was the first person to reach the South Pole in 1911 and Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay used a Primus on Mount Everest when they climbed the summit in 1953.
The lamp part of the creation is an IKEA Frado desk lamp that creates a soft, cozy mood light in any room. It comes with the recommended LED bulb E27 100 lumen globe clear and is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++ to D.
The Primus Stove is brass, the cooking ring is cast steel, the base of the light fitting is polypropylene plastic and the globe is glass.
Size: Height - 46cm, Width - 24cm, Depth 24cm
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