The Portland fitting was developed by James Bartlett, who had a desire to change the perception about concrete. Bartlett studied 3D design in his hometown of Manchester at Metropolitan University before moving to London, where he's been part of Innermost studios since 2008.
This design combines the matt tones of the cast gray concrete exterior with the bright spring colors of its interior. Its pentagonal jewel-like shape works well in groups, clusters, lines or even patterns. The five-sided faceted shape is a two-part concrete casting and is powered by a three-watt LED GU10 spot bulb. The result is a fitting suitable for any minimally designed interior, as it also brings character and warmth.
The Portland fitting is available in white, aqua and red colors.
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