Burnt Wood Standing Lamp

$1,995.00 CAD
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This burnt wood standing lamp is a striking example of modern aesthetic mixed with ancient traditions and is a great conversation piece.


This burnt wood standing lamp will last a lifetime thanks to a technique that renders it not only waterproof but fire retardant, lacking the oils needed to ignite a flame.

Based in Chicago, artisan Christian Nyberg says he's been working with wood "as long as I can remember". His burnt wood pieces follow in the tradition of the Japanese art of Shou Sugi Ban, a striking method to preserve wood that became popular in 18th-century Japan for exterior use. Today, this ancient art is practiced using many different types of wood for decor items and furniture.

  • MEASUREMENTS: 45.5 x 35.5 W x 167.5 cm H / 18 x 14 x 66"
  • MATERIALS: Burnt Hardwood, Natural Wax Finish
  • ORIGIN: handcrafted in USA
  • SHIPPING: Shipping rates will apply for this product and a quote will be issued for that after checkout.
Product Care

Hand wash only. Dry immediately. 

Shipping + Returns

This item does not qualify for free shipping or local pick up. All furniture is produced as custom Made-to-Order pieces. The production time needed prior to shipping is generally 12-16 weeks but may vary. A flat rate shipping fee will be applied to your order during checkout. Shipments may be organized directly from the artisan when the custom work is completed.

All Made-to-Order pieces are final sale

Meet the Artisan


Christian Nyberg

Inspired by the Japanese art of Shou Sugi Ban (also known as Yakisugi), artisan Christian Nyberg burns his wooden pieces of furniture and décor. Adding his own modern design insight and a technique that asks nature to help, his work is unique to the craft.

As the artist explains, his first step is to place hardwood embers on a hardwood board and let them burn the piece of wood. He scrapes, repeats, then puts the whole piece in the fire. He lets the heat and flames dictate the final shape of the piece. After the piece is burned, it is scraped again, sanded, then washed, removing all remaining loose char.

The black that is remaining is in the grain of the wood. The piece is then oiled and waxed with products that are all-natural and food safe.

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