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kmbuckowsky wrote:Feb 25, 2013
  • cheryljane22
    Could you tell me the name of that color?
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    Morgante Wilson Architects

    thank you for your question, this was some time ago and we don't recall the specific color.

Jodi MacGregor wrote:Jul 12, 2016
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    Morgante Wilson Architects

    Thanks so much for your interest, although I am certain it was a Benjamin Moore color, we don't recall the specifics. If you love a specific color online we always recommend getting several swatches of colors that seem close and matching up to your computer screen. Unfortunately computer screens don't show colors exactly and we never want someone disappointed. Good Luck!


fance_lp wrote:Dec 11, 2013
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    Morgante Wilson Architects
    Fance_lp, the desk is approximately 4-6" x 20". Thank you for your interest in Morgante Wilson Architects!

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Victoria Villeneuve added this to Design Through the Decades: The 1960sJun 10, 2019

Astro LampThe lava lamp became lighting’s shape-shifting dorm counterpart to the beanbag. British accountant and naturist Edward Craven Walker put two liquids of different densities — one waxy, one watery — in a rocket-shaped bottle with a lightbulb, whose heat caused the waxy liquid to rise and fall in mesmerizing patterns as it warmed and cooled. He called it the Astro lamp when it came out in 1963. He knew he had a winner when he heard that Beatles drummer Ringo Starr had bought one. These lava lamps in the computer nook of a colorful Chicago house from Morgante-Wilson Architects are undeniably far-out, but whether they’ll encourage studying or daydreaming is open to question.Shop for lava lamps

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reneen added this to mobilier et luminaireAug 6, 2019

Astro Lamp The lava lamp became lighting’s shape-shifting dorm counterpart to the beanbag. British accountant and naturist Edward Craven Walker put two liquids of different densities — one waxy, one watery — in a rocket-shaped bottle with a lightbulb, whose heat caused the waxy liquid to rise and fall in mesmerizing patterns as it warmed and cooled. He called it the Astro lamp when it came out in 1963. He knew he had a winner when he heard that Beatles drummer Ringo Starr had bought one. These lava lamps in the computer nook of a colorful Chicago house from Morgante-Wilson Architects are undeniably far-out, but whether they’ll encourage studying or daydreaming is open to question.

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