V lamp by Héctor Serrano

October 3rd, 2011 by retail design blog

UFO-like family of lights that enables us to create a wonderful but intimate and warm world. It was created after experimenting with a common object, a hair band. The project arises from an interest in its geometric shape and the possibilities it offers. An ordinary object which has been transformed into an extraordinary item by re-interpreting it. The repetition of the slats communicates elegance, creating an interesting moare effect. The light is built with two main injected polycarbonate parts repeated along the metallic structure. V is available as pendant and floor lights and comes in two sizes which allows it to be to installed either in small or large spaces.

Designed by Héctor Serrano


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