Kartell Bloom Wall/Ceiling Lamp
Kartell Bloom Wall/Ceiling Lamp by Ferruccio Laviani. A lamp as precious as Murano glass, as irreverent as a rock opera: Bloom literally blooms in a scintillating and lavish crystal cascade. Bloom is a tubular polycarbonate framework entirely covered by a structure of tiny polycarbonate double corolla flowers. The result is an industrially produced lamp with all the forms and stylistic complexity of a unique handcrafted piece. A series of little lights located within the skeletal structure beams the light shafts through the petals to refract on their faceted surfaces and multiply a thousand reflections.
- Available in the elegant transparency of crystal, matte white or black and in a sexy mix of pink and black, Bloom is a new way of interpreting a traditional lamp with that special added touch.
- A work of art that can furnish and fill a room all by itself, creating the atmosphere of "shining splendor".
Transparent or batch-dyed Polycarbonate.
- Size Description
Diameter 28 cm (11")
Height 22 cm (8.7")
220-240 Volt G9 max 3 x 33 Halo
Ferruccio Laviani is part of a generation of young Italian designers who came to prominence in the early 1990's when the Memphis movement made its mark on international design. Laviani's Orbital Lamp, manufactured by Foscarini, perhaps his best known design, uses color-saturated biomorphic shapes for glass shades, with an angular, tapering metal base. The Supernova's clever design combines shape, shadow and light to exude an explosive movement. His Bourgie lamp combines classical design with the modern material of plastic to give a contemporary and elegant look.