Design Seppo Koho, 2014
Aspiro is using perfectly the new technology LED wich is invisible in the center of the top of the pendant. The sipral made in plywood birch is the result of a briallant idea wich is to cut down a simple plate of plywood making a spiral on it wich becomes naturally this beautiful shape just by the elasticity of the wood when you are pending it.
The finish designer is surprising us once again by the simplicity of this pendant wich shapes material and work get us coming closer to the nature.
Ø 50 cm * Hight 25 - 35 cm
Black or Red - Lenght 200 cm
Light source :
Built-in LED 11 W, 2700K, 650 lumen (dimmable)
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