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Welke floor lamp

Welke floor lamp

Oct 25 2011, 12:00 am 0 Marco Russo

Nature, with its beauty and its masterpieces is always an inexhaustible source of inspiration for artists. Elements like the leaves that, minimal, adorn trees in autumn, waiting to slide inexorably to the ground, and that, through the creative vision of the German designer Leon Seydel, have come back to life, influencing the shapes and silhouettes of the floor lamp “Welke.” A light sculpture composed of a coated steel core, wrapped and hug in recycled paper, features capable of furnishing the rooms elegantly and transform the atmosphere, spreading soft light rich in pathos.

Designer: Leon Seydel

Tags: art creative design designer furniture lamp light lighting paper recycled steel

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