Designer Kristine Five Melvaer recently launched her ethereal Spring light fixture series with the beauty of nature in mind.
Each lampshade appears like an inverted umbrella or mushroom cap, filtering light down below through the flesh-colored coating. Because the collection is fairly tall with the longest one reaching two meters, the effect is like a forest of lamps, with light shining down through the canopy of textiles. Turned off, the lamps look like tall and skinny sprouts; when illuminated, the fabric turns sheer and the steel cord ribbing becomes visible.
This refreshing light fixture collection by Kristine Five Melvaer is statuesque in its height, excellent for enhancing those spaces that require a tall light source or several lamps of varying lengths clustered together.
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