The Apollo Light by Lucie Koldova is Made Out of Glass and Marble

By: Meghan Young - Published: Apr 4, 2014 • References: luciekoldova &
Although named after the famous space program and resulting rocket ship, the Apollo Light is devoid of all of the sci-fi gadgetry that comes with the territory. Instead, it simply adopts the pod-like shape of the iconic spaceships and does away with everything else. In fact, instead of being crafted out of white powder-coated metal, the Apollo Light is made out of glass and marble, two materials definitely not suited for space exploration.

Designed by Lucie Koldova, a product and furniture designer born in Czech Republic and based in Paris, France, the Apollo Light illuminates from a source that is hidden in the marble head. Gorgeously sculptural, the Apollo Light rests on a tilted base so as to give it another interactive dimension. It suits almost any existing decor. Stats for Rocket Ship-Inspired Lamps Trending: Older & Chilly
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