Where a light fixture can easily be an eyesore and the most glaring element in a room, the Jamaica Pendant Lamp impresses with its exceedingly smooth aesthetic and the soft rays that it emits. It appears to glow subtly from a great many perspectives around it, yet it offers sufficiently direct downward beams to illuminate dining tables and the like.
Marc Sadler chose paper as the primary material for this delicate creation, treating it to a coating of polymer after curling the sheets loosely around the lighting track. The curving pieces seem to inflate towards the middle, producing the diaphanous effect of a fully cloud that billows in the breeze. The lovely Jamaica Pendant Lamp would bring beauty and tranquility to just about any contemporary space.
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