Brooklyn-based lighting studio In Common With introduces its latest range made in collaboration with French-American designer Sophie Lou Jacobsen on the Flora collection. It is made up of 20 pieces in total and is full of unique glassblowing techniques. The inspiration behind the capsule stems from Italian designers, who celebrate the special forms that are true to their work.
It highlights influences from names such as Carolo Scarpa, Ettore Sottsass, and Paolo Venini. The collection is made up of floor lamps, table lamps, pendants, sconces, and a chandelier. It captures a design language that is juxtaposing as it features elements that are retro and contemporary all at once. The glass tonal palette has earthy tones and floral hues.
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In Common With Delivers the New Flora Collection of Lights
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