If you are looking for an eye-catching lighting option that would timeless still not stand out a lot and just finish the inside, we have found it for you!
Organica lighting collection by Hugo Tejada, surprising and magical, designed to become a key subject within the decorative space, functional and decorative, elegant and transgressive, an object that may continue over time.
Its fluid and irregular shapes are inspired by marine elements, coral and natural sponges, sea rocky regions: apparently complex structures, with many cavities and porous surfaces, moved to a functional and daily object.
The collection is made out of a new technology, for creating irregular shapes without cutting lines or changes in transition, creating fluid and shut objects. As light source have been used different types of bulb, based on the selected application.
The play of light is that the protagonist, comparison of darkness and light make Organica a magical thing. The exterior reflects the characteristics of the space where it is located, while indoors, it comes alive when illuminated with warm lighting that strives to penetrate between the various holes which make up the primary body of this lamp, to illuminate flawlessly without producing shadows.
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