Mathmos Lava Lamps

Mathmos Blue with Blue - Silver Base

Mathmos Blue with Blue - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampBLUE - BLUEThe firs..

£79.95

Mathmos Blue with Green - Silver Base

Mathmos Blue with Green - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampBLUE - GREENThe fir..

£79.95

Mathmos Blue with Pink - Silver Base

Mathmos Blue with Pink - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampBLUE - PINKThe firs..

£79.95

Mathmos Clear & Black/Plum - Silver Base Lava Lamp

Mathmos Clear & Black/Plum - Silver Base Lava Lamp

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampCLEAR - BLACKThe fi..

£79.95

Mathmos Violet and Orange - Silver Base

Mathmos Violet and Orange - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampVIOLET - ORANGEThe ..

£79.95

Mathmos Violet and Red - Silver Base

Mathmos Violet and Red - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampVIOLET - REDThe fir..

£79.95

Mathmos Violet with Turquoise - Silver Base

Mathmos Violet with Turquoise - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampVIOLET - TURQUOISET..

£79.95

Mathmos Yellow and Orange - Silver Base

Mathmos Yellow and Orange - Silver Base

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampYELLOW - ORANGEThe ..

£79.95

Mathmos - Silver Base - E14 Replacement Lamp

Mathmos - Silver Base - E14 Replacement Lamp

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampReplacement Lamp&n..

£9.96

Mathmos - Silver Base - GU10 Replacement Lamp

Mathmos - Silver Base - GU10 Replacement Lamp

ASTRO - Silver Base - Lava LampReplacement Lamp&n..

£9.96

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The mathmos takes its name from the cult 1960s French Sci Fi comic strip Barbarella. The Mathmos is the bubble liquid force under the city. Barbarella was also made into a film in 1968 starring Jane Fonda with costumes by Paco Rabanne. How many products have stayed in continuous production for over 50 years? Our lava lamps have stayed relevant for over half a century. Meaning different things, to different people over time they continue to stay relevant to today. Astro is no 613 in Phaidon’s Design Classics. It was included in the “Design Icons Exhibition” at Harrods curated by the Design Council. Also in the “Design Classics” series in the Financial Times.


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