Impressive, outstanding suspension lamp designed by Joris Laarman in 2007, its shape arises while playing and composing with glass lampshades of different sizes
Designer Joris Laarman
Photographers Santi Caleca, Piero Fasanotto, Simon Garcia, Maria De Morais, Gionata Xerra
A carefully composed constellation of lighting elements that give birth instead to a lively, random Nebula hanging from the ceiling.
“I created this blown glass version of a cluster of old lampshades I found when browsing a local flea market. While shuffling them into different compositions, I was struck by the strength of the image that appeared by combining them in a bunch like an explosion of light, with almost no symmetry, but with a natural harmony in its composition.” –Joris Laarman
8 x LED 8W E27 525lm 2700K + 4 LED 8W E27 740lm 3000/2700K
Suspension luminaire providing diffused lighting. Central body in die-cast aluminum and 10 blown glass cones of different sizes. Bayonet-type coupling system of the cones for easy cleaning. Die-cast aluminum ceiling attachment with spherical automatic wire clamp. Polycarbonate rose.