Filly’s intriguing, origami-like shape is created by bending aluminium, topped with a stand that brings together the warmth of oaks and the coldness of concrete. The style is unique and recognisable, being both practical and versatile at the same time.
Filly is the first member of the Himmee product family. Whilst working on the prototype, Timo noticed a resemblance to a hobby horse – leading him to add small ears to the shade.
The Filly family includes two floor lights, a table light and a wall light. The shade is available in white and black. The stand is made of waxed oak.
Filly lights are easy to aim for reading, working, and good vibes in general. Their no-nonsense design suits all kinds of interiors.
Aluminium shade. Stem made of solid oak and metallic frame. On/Off switch on the textile-coated cable. E14 lamp socket. Euro plug.
When ordering from outside the EU, taxes of 24% are deducted at the checkout.
We offer free home delivery with in EU, Norway and Switzerland orders above 200€.
The deliveries are to the home address. Our delivery time is c. 3-8 weekdays.
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What to use with your Himmee light?
For your Himmee light, we recommend maximum of 12 and 15-watt LED bulbs. These bulbs can reach the luminous flux of 1 500 lumens, which equals to a 100-watt incandescent bulb.
Luminous flux (lumen)
The unit of luminous flux, referring to the total quantity of visible light, is known as lumen (lm). The mere number of watts doesn’t indicate how much light the lamp produces, only how much energy it consumes. For the light from an LED bulb to match that of a 60-watt incandescent bulb, the LED bulb or compact fluorescent bulb would need to be capable of producing 800 lumens.
Colour temperature (kelvin)
The colour temperature has a significant impact on the atmosphere of the room. Colour temperature is measured in kelvin, the symbol of which is K. If you are looking for the colour of an incandescent bulb, you need an LED of 2 700 K. If you want to go for a whiter option, 4 000 K could be your choice.