Rope Trick Floor Lamp Yellow


Brand : Hay

Designer : Stefan Diez

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Hay’s fascinating Rope Trick floor light was designed by Stefan Diez. The name of the light refers to the Indian rope trick where an assistant climbs up a rope the magician has caused to stand in the air. Rope Trick functions in a similar manner – the light can be directed either up or down by sliding the shade along the foot, resembling a flat rope. The dimmable LED module offers an ideal light both for reading and creating ambience. Rope Trick features a fun and insightful design that will gather well-deserved attention in any space.

Material:Woven PET, aluminium, acrylic, ABS
Colour: Black/Yellow
Depth:33 cm, Diameter 18 cm Height 170 cm
Light source: Fixed 11W LED (included)
Colour temperature 3000K
Luminous flux 965lm
IP rating 20
Cable length: 250 cm

Stefan Diez introduction to furniture design started in 1991 when for three years he worked as a cabinet maker. Diez went on to study at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart in 1996 where he attained a Diploma in Industrial Design. He founded his studio in 2003 and since then has worked in various fields of design ranging from furniture and tableware to industrial design, as well as exhibition design for companies like Authentics, Bree, e15, Established and Sons, Moroso, Rosenthal, Thonet, Wilkhahn and others Some of his products have received international design awards, among others the “Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland”, the “IF Gold award” and the “red dot best of the best award”. 2008 he was Art Director of Authentics together with Mirko Borsche and Christian Gärtner. Since 2007 he is Professor for Industrial Design at the HFG Karlsruhe. Diez works intensively with materials, technology and is passionate in his quest to fathom out their limitations. Together with his office they develop products that are precise, yet simple and above all are meant to meet human needs.


HAY was founded in 2002. This marked the beginnings of the international ambition that HAY has pursued over the past decade: creating durable quality furniture at affordable prices to allow as many people as possible to enjoy excellent design. HAY looks back with pride at the age of Danish Modern, where quality, craftsmanship and humanistic design put Denmark on the global map, and they look with excitement to the future as they explore the current possibilities inherent in new technologies, new materials and new ways of living with furniture. At the heart of everything that HAY does is the notion that contemporary design should spring from a good idea, innovative technology and quality materials in combination with joyful, straightforward and uncomplicated aesthetics.