The Supca Pendant Light Marries Modernity with Tradition

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The Supca Pendant Light by Francisco Lira and Oscar Terrazas boasts a geometric aesthetic that is inspired by the traditional Japanese art of origami. The striking home accessory adds an eye-catching accent into any design-lover's home thanks to its complex and angular form.

Inspired by the traditional work of Chilean ceramists, the Supca Pendant Light by Francisco Lira and Oscar Terrazas marries cultural practices with the digital design processes of today's generation.

This home accessory features a mix of geometric patterns that are digitally printed onto ceramic materials to later create these visually stunning lamp designs. When illuminated, these light fixtures evoke a soft and calming glow that is a great choice when looking to create an ambient mood within one's home. Stats for Ceramic Origami Illuminators Trending: Older & Mild
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