The 'RELEASE' pendant light lamps feature a concrete aesthetic that provides an enhanced sense of exposure thanks to the split design that the units convey.
Designed by Drod Kaspi of Ardoma Design, the 'RELEASE' floor and pendant lamps look like pieces of concrete that have been split open. The interior area exposes a bulb that allows the light to spill out the top portion as well as the sides to provide an unexpected kind of lighting that's inherently warm and inviting.
The 'RELEASE' pendant light lamps focus on providing a soft form of illumination as well as a story about the material used to create them. The rigid concrete provides a strong aesthetic yet the split design identifies a certain level of fragility.
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