Stacking Floor Lamp by Leucos

Stacking’s design is based on a modular system comprised of handblown glass cylinders in different colors and heights. The result is a series of three floor lamps, each with their own personalities. The cylinder components have unique opacities and height that when stacked create unexpected synergies of light. Halogen light sources in the base provide the up light to the luminous column of glass. 

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Diffusers in smoked, grey, white, amber and tobacco. Metal base available in polished chrome or polished gold.


  • Width (cm) - 23
  • Depth (cm) - 23
  • Height (cm) - 163
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Lighting Solutions work with professionals in the architecture and design industry to catapult their projects to the next level, with premium customizable lighting systems, supporting innovative application ideas and visual solutions to enhance communication and space.

Our approach to light is to allow it to draw attention to surrounding spaces, volumes and objects creating connections between them. Our approach to people is to connect, allowing time to listen and understand their needs or vision to establish a thread that guides the project from concept to completion and beyond.

Since 2006 the small team at LightingSolutions steadily delivered solutions that exceed expectations offering a comprehensive service to professionals looking for cutting edge concepts with exceptional execution.

With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, we are the New Zealand agent of historical and innovative Lighting brands including:

Leucos | De Majo | Luce&Light | Cariboni | Macrolux | Formalighting | Next | Karboxx | Fivep | Ango

We found clients eager for the skills, insight, creativity and leadership we can offer and continually strive for more.

“It really seems that the light source is still a reminder of the origins of things. Even if it no longer illuminates the family circle, dispersed and multiplied, it is still the sign of a privileged intimacy, attributes a particular value to things, creates shadows, invents presences ” Jean Baudrillard, Le système des objects, 1968.