Espiga floorlamp launched in 1997 and was shortlisted by the late Vernor Panton for the 100% Design Blueprint Prize. This sculptural design took lighting in a new direction in 1997 and has become an iconic piece. The collar holding the rods, slides and acts as a dimmer for the light source and warm, diffused light, casts shadows on surrounding surfaces. Available in three heights and different finishes, they can be stand-alone floor lamps, put in groups and used as table top lamps. Each piece is produced by hand and carefully crafted in a range of metals and finishes.