Mookum Houses Lighting has a Literal Homeyness to its Handsome Forms

 - Jan 24, 2013
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The motif of the archetypal pitched roof house is quite popular in all spheres of design at the moment. The Mookum Houses lighting collection adopts the delightful form as well, but Studio Segers uses it in a way that many others do not.

Sculpted to take all different shapes an sizes, these charming pendant lamps have an aesthetic and tactile softness with their cream-colored porcelain textures. The material remains predominantly opaque and functions as a lampshade while the lightbulb inside emits its beams from the open bottom of the fixture.

It would be lovely to see a single piece of Mookum Houses lighting dangling down over a kitchen table; yet the visual effect of seeing them suspended together in clusters is really quite enchanting.