Clover by Brodie Neill for Kundalini

June 23rd, 2011 by retail design blog

Flowing lines and surfaces move, spread out and meet. They form an alluring three-dimensional, enveloping and open structure. This is a sculptural-lamp of extreme visual lightness. It is a kind of ultra contemporary and dream-like mobile. Clover. A suspended lamp designed by Brodie Neill. A shape intended to diffuse light in an evocative way. Florally inspired, it calls to mind the organic forms of a clover leaf. The light source, hidden at the meeting point of the three petals, casts light onto the internal surfaces in a continuous play of reflections and rebounds. New, luminous expressions of Kundalini research.

Designed by Brodie Neill



http://www.archello.com/en/product/clover

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