Brecce Lamp Collection by Marco Stefanelli

August 16th, 2012 by retail design blog

In order to realize Brecce’s project I wanted to take inspiration from the research of natural objects that, in some ways, have reached their final step in the life cycle. They are for example sawmill’s outlets, pieces of urban architecture, logs carried by the river, firewood… I have tried to give these pieces a second chance, tempting to make the light come out from the material and to amplify the sensorial experience.

Designed by Marco Stefanelli






















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2 thoughts on “Brecce Lamp Collection by Marco Stefanelli

  1. lampbox says:

    Those Marco’s Brecce lamps make me dement

  2. Fred says:

    Nice little design elements but no ‘wow’ factor in my view

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