Dharma by Edmondo Testaguzza Has a Minimalist Look

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 4, 2014 • References: karmanitalia.it & contemporist
Although concrete and exposed brick is normally associated with loft-type buildings with an industrial feel, Edmondo Testaguzza is aiming to expand these materials to be associated with other spaces. His latest design is Dharma for the manufacturer Karman, which is a concrete lighting fixture that can be suspended from the ceiling.

While this design would certainly fit in a loft, the light could also be placed in a wooden abode to add a slight variety to the mix. The lights take on a cylindrical look, and almost look like a spaceship seen from Star Trek. A long concrete arm stretches from the top part of the light so that users can hang the light from the ceiling, improving the mood of a room and adding in some decor flair. Stats for Suspended Concrete Lighting Trending: Older & Mild
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