Meltdown Ball Light From Stained Glass By Johan Lindstén

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Round designed lamps for Cappellini

When I try to create something beautiful out of the misfortune and the tragic, the Swedish designer has Johan Lindsten Meldown lamp designed for Cappellini Italian trade mark – an interpretation of the Fukushima nuclear accident. The concept and the products are due to an amazing, inspiring trip to Japan, which was suspended for six months after the tragic disaster regrettably. Misfortune is evident in the lamps, where the process has already begun, and as if the light bulbs through the last layer of glass merge…


Meltdown ball lamp stained glass

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Highly modern interior design of living room in colors popping painted

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A number of the meltdown lamps

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Industrial, minimalist look and bold colors

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A bunch of colorful lamp shades ball light from stained glass hanging light bulb cable

Available in various colors

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Three pendant lights on the rail

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Round low hanging lights source

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Simple but remarkable hanging lamps are shown here, don’t you think? The energy that they carry within themselves and the story that they tell us, let their designs look great and meaningful. Decide for the meltdown ball lamp in your living room or kitchen area and feel the spirit of this…

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