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Nenfa Lamp by Jordi Lopez Aguilo

“The Nenfa lamp is inspired by the shape of the nenuphar plants. They grow from the ceiling, with each leaf suspended at a different height. The leaves are spread at random from the core, imitating the laws of nature. The lamp illuminates the space by reflecting light from one disc to another, creating interesting shadows. It is composed of 21 discs (160 mm diameter) and 7mm diameter tubes linked to each disc. Flat LED luminaires are hidden in the upper part of the leaves, tricking the observer with regards to the source of the light. This product was recently exhibited at Ventura Lambrate 2013.” kutarq.com kutarq_nenfa_bottom

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May 11, 2013 Vicente Pastor

C’est tres jolie !!! j’adore !!!

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