Kafka Goes Pink
Tag Archive: Ceiling Lamps
A light that mimics cellular growth which can be used in multiple, geometric configurations. Each Cell is made from layers of minutely etched, polished brass filtering light rays to throw a satisfyingly dappled glow casting intricate shadows on walls, floors and ceilings. Check out other designs by Tom Dixon, here here and here
Diore LightHand-blown petal shapes hand painted in tones of grey, clear and mauve are arranged in reoccurring diamond forms to create this stunning piece, which can be used as a room divider, screen or wall feature. Flora Cascade LightFlora Cascade utilises the Sharon Marston signature shape ensnared within a torrent of fibre optic filament creating an …
A lighting project, developed by Marz Design in colaboration with How We Create to demonstrate the relationship between designer and manufacturer. These lights have been beautifully handcrafted from FSC certified timbers and can be custom made to meet specific requirements, at any length and in any configuration to suit.