When you think of light, concrete is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. As part of the new Aeon Illumination™ collection, the light fittings incorporate honest materials to create a resolved design.
April 19th, 2011
The Kasteel’s concrete-casted outer shell contrasts beautifully with its anodised silver interior. While the pendant lights give the impression of being heavy, it is surprisingly light and projects an organic feel.
With an industrial appeal, this feature suspended fitting can be used in rustic cafes, bars and restaurants which explore the use of materials as part of the decor. Aëon Illumination is available through Satelight.
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