GUBI I Stemlite

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The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules. Now remastered by GUBI after almost half a century, the new collection comprises two table lamps, two floor lamps and a pendant, in a contemporary yet authentic color palette.

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The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

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The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.

Stemlite Collection

The Stemlite was the first ‘total look’ lamp, a pioneering new typology conceived by American Designer Bill Curry in 1962, which replaced the traditional base-plus-shade form with a single self-contained unit comprising interchangeable modules.