Pestrin suspension lamp by Nicolò Zavagno

July 16th, 2014 by retail design blog

Pestrin, suspension lamp whose name derives from the Venetian dialect indicating the place where milk used to be distributed. The shape of the lamp remembers in fact the container used to carry the milk from the “pestrin” back to the house. The use of porcelain and wood takes back to ancient traditions that melt with a minimal and contemporary design whose finish in different colors, diffuses warmth in your environments.

Design by Nicolò Zavagno








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