The noteworthy texture of the Mika 350 Pendant Lamp is inspired by ancient structures from 6th century BC. The 'palozzas' houses of the ancient Celtic forts that were built in Galicia boasted a granite and wood composition, which this lighting design pays homage to in a chic way. Although it uses such an antiquated architectural tradition, it does so in a minimalist and modern way.
Designed by A\Studio, which was founded by Andre Simon and is based in Pontevedra, Spain, the Mika 350 Pendant Lamp takes on a wide cone shape that allows the fixture to shed a generous amount of light onto its surroundings. Topped with a wooden base and colored cloth cord, the Mika 350 Pendant Lamp is available in two colors.
The Mika 350 Pendant Lamp is Made of Wood and Granite
1. Ancient-inspired Lighting - Designing lighting fixtures that draw inspiration from ancient structures presents an opportunity for creating unique and nostalgic lighting experiences.
2. Minimalist Lighting Design - Exploring minimalist approaches to lighting design offers opportunities to create sleek and contemporary lighting fixtures.
3. Use of Natural Materials in Lighting Design - Incorporating natural materials like wood and granite into lighting designs allows for the creation of visually interesting and eco-friendly lighting fixtures.
1. Interior Design - The interior design industry can embrace the trend of ancient-inspired lighting by incorporating these unique fixtures into their projects to add character and charm to spaces.
2. Architecture - Architects can utilize minimalist lighting designs to create clean and unobtrusive lighting solutions that enhance the overall aesthetic of their buildings.
3. Sustainable Design - The use of natural materials in lighting design aligns with the sustainable design industry's focus on eco-friendly and renewable resources, providing an opportunity to create environmentally conscious lighting options.