Hive have just announced two beautiful new additions to their lighting range.
April 26th, 2013
Angel – Francis Dravigny
Singapore-based, Melbourne-raised designer Jarrod Lim is the second Australian to design for the Filipino collective after Sydney’s Brad Stebbing produced the Samba and Bud lights. Lim’s “Twine” pendants fuse traditional manufacturing techniques with a nostalgic aesthetic and the latest in lighting technologies.
Bud – Brad Stebbing
Joining the 2013 range is the “Angel” wall lamp by French designer Francis Dravigny. Formerly a jewellery designer having worked for the likes of Cartier, his hand-woven abaca and banana fiber cloth wall lamps are pleated and stitched into a shapely form reminiscent of their winged namesake.
Poppy (L) – Christy Manguerra, Paperwork Chandelier – (R) Harry Allen
Hero Image: Twine – Jarrod Lim
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