Sway floor lamp by Nick Rennie
Sway floor lamp by Nick Rennie
Sway floor lamp by Nick Rennie
Sway floor lamp by Nick Rennie
Sway floor lamp by Nick Rennie

Sway floor lamp by Nick Rennie

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Sway by Nick Rennie and Made by Pen is a totally new concept in floor lamp design. The playful light is not tethered to any power cable or outlet. It is completely free to move about and for the user to interact with it anywhere, indoor or outdoor. The globular base which teeters back and forth when knocked, delivers an unexpected playful edge. Sway’s paired back design is graceful in its simplicity, the lamp having presence whether it is still or when swaying on its globular base; it naturally integrates into the space for which its designed. As it is cordless and re-chargeable, it can be used in outdoor as well as interior settings, making it versatile as well as decorative. 

The Sway lamp is assembled in a Clifton Hills studio, so the parts are able to be serviced and replaced. LED light component has been deliberately chosen for its long-life capacity.

Sway has won numerous awards including but not limited to Good Design Award - Best in Glass and NYC Design.

Materials: Silicon light casing, carbon steel rod, aluminium and silicone base. Rechargable LED light - will run for 6-10 hours depending on setting used

Dimensions: Light diameter: 12.5cm  Base diameter: 20cm H: 180cm

Comes with a 12 month warranty on all parts from Made by Pen, however, their intention is that you buy once, buy well so please contact Made by Pen after your warranty has lapsed and they will assist with lamp irregularities.

Certifications: Outdoor: IP54, Australian Standards - can be used outdoors and withstand light spray. Not to be left out in rain or frost.

About the Maker: "Nick Rennie is a leading figure in the current Australian design landscape. He looks to explore design that takes its inspiration from interaction with everyday items. To breathe new life into the repetition of domesticity, and to do it in a way that engages the user anew." - Made by Pen

Photos and styling credits:

Eaglemont House by Kitayama k Architects, Photography by Derek Swalwell Styling by Natalie James
Brighton East by Photography Michelle Williams, Styling by Bree Lynch
Bell Street by Bagnoli Architects, Photography by Peter Bennetts