Abstract design and and the replication of natural forms come together in these Constantin Lamps by Andrea Claire Studio. The collection of charming illuminators includes both hanging lights and table lamps, and in embodying graceful geometric forms, they gently mimic the organic shapes of tree branch buds.
The suspended light fixture is a particular jewel in the way that its frame emulates the elegant yet angular quality of a bent bough with a rigid brassy metal. Twiggy offshoots connect to lampshades of various sizes and shapes, which look to be closed sprouts just waiting to germinate.
Not only in looks, but also in materiality, these Constantin Lamps by Andrea Claire Studio live and breathe an organic aesthetic. Their woody forms come from natural sources and are composed carefully through a handmade process.