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Aria Lights by Marcel Kieser and Christof Spath


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From kieserspath.de:

Aria is a classic textile balloonlight. The textile creates a warm, atmospheric and diffuse light for living and dining but also for bar and lounge. The voluminous textile body is available with crinkled and even surface. The body is tensed by spring steel around the plastic rings.

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