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Kyudo Floor Lamp

The Kyudo floor lamp by Kundalini was designed by Hans and Franz in 2010. This contemporary floor lamp has an adjustable sliding track with a diffuser attached allowing you to adjust this lamp in many positions. The Kyudo is a steel structure with a glossy varnished paint, available in white, red , black or a chrome finish. The perfect alternative to suspended lighting and traditional floor lamps.



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