By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Tuesday, August 21st, 2018 - 16:29:54 PM.
Chinese studio Neri&Hu created a lamp collection, which is inspired by early morning sunlight. The lights are called Xi, which means"light of dawn" in Chinese, a specific time in the daytime when the sun is just about to rise.
The collection consists of 2 hanging lamps plus a table lamp and unites traditional oriental layout with Italian leather and Venetian blown glass. Each piece incorporates two different types of blown glass -- the upper glass part has an evenly ridged surface and can be transparent, but colored with shades of amber, emerald, sapphire or moonstone.
The lower part of the glass is etched with a pearl finish for a translucent, frosted effect, to attain a"warm and diffused" light. The light can be adjustable via a dimmer system.
Strips of saddle-leather are wrapped around the body of this light. In the hanging version, the leather band acts as a support, on the table version, the leather ring acts like a support and a handle, anchoring it to its metal base with a natural brass finish.
The hanging lamps have been placed on a suspended horizontal bar, which is adjusted in height. The lights could be moved throughout the bar to different places. The light of these lamps evokes the early morning sun: it's not bright but really soothing and soothing.
Source : DigsDigs
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