Lighting Design – Olah Table-Lamp

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Lighting Design – Olah Table-Lamp

Olah Table Lamp table lamp a luminaire by Karice, designed using a circline bulb.

Olah reveals the depths of refinement. Conceived from Karice’s award-winning creations, Olah takes aesthetic inspiration from a previously award winning designed wall sconce to bring a new luminaire to life. The new table lamp  marries technological innovation with sleek and sophisticated design. Just like its predecessor (Olah Wall Sconce), the Olah table lamp illuminates on a ring without visible fasteners, giving a clean finished aesthetic. The light was conceived, created, and crafted by Maurice Dery and his team at Karice Enterprises.  What is incredibly unique about the new design is its clean, sculptural aesthetic.  The light can be placed on a pedestal to create a sculptural piece of art.

Lighting Design – Olah Table-Lamp

The light is made from CNC machined aluminum.  The box that houses the ballast is book matched sanded to make the seam disappear.  The box halves are punch marked inside to ensure the mating half is not misaligned.  A circline bulb is the light source, offering a bright light source for greater illumination.

The circline bulb is available in four sizes with different wattage’s.  In our imagery we have used both the 8″ and 9″ diameter circline bulb.  The 8″ diameter bulb is 22 watts, and delivers 1,150 lumens.  The 9″ diameter bulb is 30 watts, and delivers 1,900 lumens.  The light are offered in various color temperatures.  Warm white, or 3000k is the most popular color temperature.  The light is only available as non-dimmable.

While their focus is collaboration on custom projects, in 2014 Karice Enterprises began designing their own product line and now carry 30 unique products designed and manufactured at their plant in Surrey, Canada. Their recent lighting fixture releases are the result of new innovative designs curated by Maurice Dery at their state-of-the-art lighting and metal work facility.