Plera pendant lamp by DZstudio

June 28th, 2011 by retail design blog

Plera is a new suspension lamp designed by DZstudio of Enrico Zanolla and Andrea Di FIlippo. Pleara means funnel in Friulan, the language spoken in northeastern Italy.
The idea was to realize a small suspension lamp which could express minimalism but with the soft touch of the wood in opposition to the cold touch of porcelain. The inversion of a simple shape like that one of a funnel creates a really simple lamp, where the wood gives the last friendly touch in contrast to the elegant and classic appearance of the porcelain.







Images courtesy of DZstudio

http://plusmood.com/2010/10/plera-pendant-lamp-dzstudio/

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One thought on “Plera pendant lamp by DZstudio

  1. Hayley Winks says:

    Could you please tell me how I find these pendants to purchase them? Are they still available and what is the link?

    thank you

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