The long cables of the AIM become an essential part of its visual and give the pendants their signature look. Whether you wish to create a ‘cloud of lights’ hanging in the entryway or wish to just light up the reading nook and the dining space next to it with ease AIM gets it all done effortlessly.
One of the advantages of using modest minimal pendants is the way in which you can combine several individual fixtures to create a striking focal point. Whether you wish to illuminate the entryway console a gallery wall in the living room the smart modern dining table or even the bedside table – slim and minimal get the job done effectively.
His N-series pendants employ ‘rotational symmetry’ in their design and execution. The wood pendants are made using a stacked-lamination process and then sculpted by hand. The interiors of the N-Au pendants are wrapped in gold leaf diffusing a warm glow.
Verner Panton’s FlowerPot pendant is the perfect throwback to a pop-influenced flower power generation. Designed in 1971 the FlowerPot pendant is a younger sibling to Panton’s 1969 FlowerPot table lamp. The FlowerPot’s appeal lies in its harmonious design with two semicircular spheres facing one another. Today astute Danish brand &tradition has reintroduced the FlowerPot pendant to a new generation of design-savvy ‘flower people’.
Designer Aaron Scott crafts his designs with a sense of mathematical rigour working in that undefined space between art and design. Scott is influenced by the intricacies found in nature and a lifelong passion for mathematics.
The exquisite lighting fixture combines metallic finishes with a distinct geo style making it both one of a kind and just irresistible. Available in copper brass and silver splurging on one of these is bound to instantly lift the style quotient of your home…