Coral Bamboo Pendant Light
The Coral Bamboo Pendant Light is a radiant embodiment of geometric elegance, based on a meticulously designed polyhedron. Crafted from a singular component repeated 60 times, this exceptional piece originally began as an experiment and later evolved into a striking luminary.
Coral, now celebrated as a design classic, stands as a testament to the transformative power of artistry and innovation. It radiates with its distinctive plywood finish, available in all-natural bamboo or a spectrum of painted hues. These finishing options, including Aqua, Black, Blue, Lime, and many more, offer a vast array of choices to seamlessly integrate this piece into your residential or commercial settings.
Available in five sizes, the Coral Bamboo Pendant Light is remarkably versatile. Whether you're seeking a bold, singular statement or a captivating cluster formation, Coral fulfills your lighting aspirations with elegance and artistry.
- A geometric classic, inspired by a polyhedron design.
- Crafted from a single component repeated 60 times.
- Available in a range of all-natural bamboo or painted finishes.
- Versatile in five different sizes and ideal for cluster installations
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