Lucid Harmonie Table Lamp
Materials: Beech wood round base, metal bottom. Beech wood rod and lampshade. White acrylic diffuser. Some metal and plastic parts. 2 Plastic sockets.
Height: 63,6 cm / 25.03”
Lampshade: 48 x 25,8 cm / 18.89 x 10.15”
Base: ∅ 25 cm / 9.84”
Electricity: 2 bulbs GD24d3, 2 x 26 watt maximum, 110/220 volt.
Any type of fluocompact light bulb can be used. Not a specific one preferred.
Designer: Soren Eriksen.
Manufacturer: Lucid, Atelier Sedap, 3 Avenue Du Professeur Jean Rouxel, 44470 Carquefou, France.
Other versions: This Lucid Harmonie table lamp exists in some variations. Soren Eriksen designed several lamps in this style for the Lucid company.
This lamp is often named Culot, because it is labelled that way, but it is the base of the light bulbs used in the lamp, culot GD24d3. Often said that these lamps are from the 1970s or 1980s. They are not.
These lamps are always labelled with a CE label. The CE label became mandatory in Europe in 1993. However, the logo exist in its present form since 1985. Not to be confused with the CE marking from China (China Export). Of course, almost the same label.
The Harmonie table lamp appeared in catalogues of Lucid from 1996 until 2002.
Lucid is a brand of Atelier Sedap. Sedap is also the owner of the lighting brand dix heures dix (ten past ten). The company was founded in 1968.
Text from their website: Sedap creates and manufactures, under the Lucid brand, wooden curved luminaires with resolutely contemporary lines. On plans or models, Atelier Sedap realizes all prototypes of wooden curved luminaires. Atelier Sedap continues to expand its ranges, is present in all markets with a strong presence in export and participates in many events in Europe.
Luminaires en bois galbé pour l’hôtellerie – Curved wooden lights for the hotel industry.
The company has moved several times since its establishment. Nowadays they also have a seat in Russia.
Designers that worked/work for the company are, among others: Jean-Pierre Boutillier, Michel Tortel, Luc Rabault, Charlotte Arnal, Fabrice Berrux, Yves Blayo, Alain Brux, Didier Cornille, Rémi Fontaine, Philippe Gourdon, Arsenii Leonovitch, Irina Petruk, Neil Poultron.
Soren Eriksen found his company Design & Visions Studio in 1996, together with interior designer Nathalie Craps. It was located in Levallois-Perret, in the Paris region and was active until 2014. He designed many lamps for the Lucid company. Among others lamps with names such as Sphinx , Cork, Lasko, Lutra, Claire, Zana, Vega, Camille, Boro, Elbo, Biboro, Lodhia.
Acrylic: often named by its commercial name: Perspex, Plexiglas, Crylux, Acrylite, Lucite, is a thermoplastic.