Manufacturer: Howard Miller Clock Company (Zeeland, Michigan)
Materials: steel wire, plastic, chrome or brass
Designed by William Renwick of Nelson’s office, the Bubble Lamp came in a variety of shapes and sizes. Comprised of a steel-wire structure cocooned in a translucent white plastic spray, a technique developed by the U.S. military and used here to create sculptural fixtures that could be sold at modest prices. Accessories included: a ceiling attachment, an adjustable pulley, wall brackets, and a tripod base.