Miss Maple Pendant Lamp

May 20th, 2011 by retail design blog

Traditionally speaking, wood as a material for a light fixture, is an unconventional choice but anything is possible in the wonderful world of A&D. The brilliant (non pun intended) Miss Maple Pendant Lamp is a captivating juxtaposition of simplicity and complexity. A brainchild of German designer Elisa Strozyk, the lamp is made up of small wooden triangles that not only looks stunning but gives the consumer versatility since the shape is flexible.

http://www.furniturestoresblog.com/fashion-furniture/1225-miss-maple-pendant-lamp-made-from-wood.html

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