Heracleum Lighting

April 27th, 2011 by retail design blog

Aside from the fact that this Heracleum lighting has a very organic look thanks to its branching aesthetic, it is doubly beautiful because it reminds me of a compact constellation. Considering that each bulb shines like a star, it should come as no surprise that I make this comparison.

Created by Dutch designer Bertjan Pot, this Heracleum lighting was designed for Moooi. A decorative LED pendent lamp, its organic feel is nevertheless tempered by a rather tech-like vibe. From its wiry frame to its glass petals, it is a modern take on a more natural look.

Perfect for almost any living space, the Heracleum lighting fixture will surely add that touch of nature every household needs.

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3 thoughts on “Heracleum Lighting

  1. Daniel says:

    I love this light!

  2. suzanne Newman says:

    Love this light – does it come in a smaller scale???

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