This stylish pendant lamp was designed in 2005 by Philippe Starck. It is suited to hang in any living area indoor or outdoor at the house entrance or on a balcony. The pendant lamp can bring a touch of retro romance and summertime feelings. The strong light source is diffused by the beautiful weather resistant wicker material shade in 2 colors black and beige-brown.
One of the Louis Poulsen classics Poul Henningsen. A pair of such lamps flanking a house entrance or lighting the terrace wall convey a timeless elegance and a touch of art. This is a lamp to be enjoyed in combination with rich textures such as dark wood cultured stone ceramic. This should be perfect for a house of inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and is rather classical than minimalist.
The look of the living room is further enhanced by the indirect ambient lighting system which alongside the double story height of the living area conveys a special touch to this wonderful design.
Are not just about illumination anymore. In this day and age they are meant to be admired just as much as your flowers the garden gnomes (maybe) or the comfortable and stylish outdoor furniture.
No wonder with its purist design a stylized almost digitalized shape of what has been a feminine vegetal element. Going with classic is always a good option. Shade lamps are established design objects that come in various beautiful shade shapes and materials.
It has no diffuse body but the light is bundled and directed through one side of the lamp appropriate for local illumination. Kids and geeks would love it as a floor lamp but it can also constitute the one touch of fantasy on the nightstand in an otherwise practical and rather masculine bedroom scheme.