When a big beautiful full moon can't offer you the light you need to make your way home, Eraclea by Neil Poulton provides you with an emanating crescent to illuminate your lawn.
The Scottish designer developed this elegant outdoor fixture for Artemide, and the pristine object satisfies as a garden sculpture as well as a functional lamp. Its headstone form is quite architectural, as the standing rectangular stone tapers along one edge, curves at the corners and presents a crisp circle cut out from its center.
Simultaneously interrupting and opening the space in which it exits, Eraclea by Neil Poulton reveals its true glory on pitch black evenings with the sharp glow of a waning moon sitting low in the sky.
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