Tornado lamp
Tornado lamp
Tornado lamp
Tornado lamp

Tornado lamp


This lamp is a unique piece. It was created from a Tornado heater from the 60s.

  • Coulor : Black
  • Materials : Bakélite, plastic
  • Dimensions : H.47 x L.28 x P.28 cm
  • Lighting : LED
  • Date of upcycled product : 70’s

Free delivery in metropolitan France.

Available: 1 in stock

Through this design and vintage object, the ArtJL brand offers you to opt for sustainable and responsible lighting.

To give a second life to this heater, to transform it into a lamp, it has been cleaned, sanded, painted and repainted.

A specific lighting system was installed depending on the desired ambiance.

Thanks to its amazing design, this lamp brings a particularly original touch to your interior. Its conical shape gives you a 360 ° light projection on the floor and on the walls. Lighting by a 9W LED bulb provided.

The matte black finish was chosen to enhance the contemporary appearance of this object.

Original creation by ArtJL. Unique model, signed and numbered ArtJL447.


This model, manufactured in the 1960s in Germany for the French market under the brand Tornado, has a "Space age" design. It reminds us of the shape of a rocket. Its trade name at the time was "Pine cone". This model was much sought after by lovers of futuristic design. But it was, paradoxically, a rare model, because its shape was too avant-garde for interiors of the 60s.

By transforming it into a lamp, the ArtJL brand continues the history of this object.

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« I discovered the ArtJL brand in a vintage living room. I really fell in love with the Thermor white lamp. I had to wait until my birthday to rediscover, on a shelf in my library, the harmonious curves of this lamp. I do not regret my choice. All my friends love it. Thanks to Jérôme Peyronnet for this fine work accomplished.» (Pascale P., Marseille)

« When Jérôme showed me his first upcyling of Thermor heaters from the 60s and 70s, memories of childhood immediately resurfaced. Because, it is indeed a Thermor radiator which warmed us the winter after the bath, in the bathroom of my grandmother where I lived for a time. Also, the idea of ​​reviving this object that would probably have ended up in the recycling center immediately appealed to me. I was able to find the heater that was sleeping in an attic and entrust it to Jérôme who transformed it into a superb ArtJL lamp. The latter now sits prominently in my living room.» (François-René A., Le Mans)