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The Plume Lamp by Constance Guisset is Softly Contemporary

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: constanceguisset & design-milk
The Plume Lamp adds just the right amount of whimsy into any home. Although undeniably feminine with its soft light hues, feathered petal underbelly and overall pretty aesthetic, it has a minimalist quality to it that could complement a variety of different existing decor.

Designed by Constance Guisset for FontanaArte, the Plume Lamp strike a beautiful balance between rigid structure and organic freedom. While the linear horizontal base adheres to the former, the romantic semitransparent petals falls into the latter. This dynamic duality makes the Plume Lamp stand out even more.

Delicately suspended from the ceiling, the Plume Lamp "seems to hover in a continuous breath of air," as written on the designer's website. Furthermore, "As the outcome of a deep research about neon lamp’s typology and fall within the work about paper started with Angelin lamp, Plume offers a soft and delicate form, far form the usual technical references." Stats for Delicate Petal Lighting Trending: This Year & Mild
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