The Nenfa Lamp by Kutarq Studio Takes on a Cumulus Floral Patter

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 21, 2013 • References: kutarq & yankodesign
The Nenfa Lamp looks like a cross between a fluffy white cumulus cloud and a group of lotus flowers. When viewed directly from below, it most resembles the former, while from the side it is closer to the latter. Whimsical and airy, the Nenfa Lamp floats above the room quite magically to emit a glow that would cast a spell on just about anyone. Although decidedly feminine, the Nenfa Lamp could suit almost any space.

Designed by Kutarq Studio, a firm based in Valencia, Spain, the Nenfa Lamp is comprised of 21 discs that lower from the ceiling at different heights to imitate the flowering pads of lotus. Because of these discs, the light casts a beautiful array of shadows on the ceiling that will captivate many. Stats for Lotus-Inspired Lighting Trending: Older & Mild
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