Mood lamps by Annarosa Romano & Bruno Menegon for ModoLuce

March 31st, 2014 by retail design blog

A harmonious rhythm of proportions defines the family Mood, suspension and wall/ceiling lamps with a strong decorative impact. Lights and shadows calibrated to build light and coloured discs in different diameters, alternating original materials and refined hand finished pleated fabric and the large central half-spherical shade in opal PMMA finishing Soft Touch.

The result is a marriage parfait between art and design: restful light to the eyes set in the bright and energetic colour combinations of the lamp shade. Materials – Shade in 100% acrylic pleated fabric or 100% polyester pleated ribbon hand-finished. Central half-spherical shade in thermoformed opal PMMA finishing Soft Touch

Design: Annarosa Romano and Bruno Menegon
Manufacturer: ModoLuce

http://www.contemporist.com/2014/03/12/mood-by-annarosa-romano-and-bruno-menegon-for-modoluce/

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