The Miguel Herranz Casiopea collection features an assortment of strings. The strings are each tied together, giving way to the intertwined layout of these lighting pieces.
A series of shapes and sizes are present in Herranz' Casipea series. The pieced together look is made to represent the constellation Cassiopeia, hence the resemblance between the structure and shapes that one would observe in the sky.
One of the best parts of this design are the minimalist materials that it uses. While only cords have been applied to the production process, the layout is nonetheless quite intricate, making the case for the less is more mantra within this at home niche. The theme of minimalism was furthered by the black and white color scheme.
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