Coral lamp by Pallucco

June 30th, 2011 by retail design blog

Coral is a range of lights with a uniquely shaped modular element which is reminiscent of a branch of coral and is produced in injection moulded polycarbonate. “We wanted to create a light that was both visibly rich and articulated, starting from a very simple module. The module repeats itself like a fractal (a geometrical shape which is repeated throughout its structure in different sizes) and grows following the principle of nature – from simplicity to complexity”. The lights come in two colours with three coloured branches inserted to create a contrast.

http://www.pallucco.com

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