Deigned by Oriol Llahona, the Poulpe lamp is inspired by the sea and one of its inhabitants, the octopus.
January 24th, 2012
With its sensual design and evocative shapes, the latest design from Estiluz continues the brand’s ability to surprise and delight.
The Poulpe lamp is the creation of well-regarded Spanish designer Oriol Llahona, known for his imaginative but aesthetically simple designs.
Inspired by the hunting methods of the octopus, the Poulpe floor lamp casts a subtle, delicate light.
Poulpe is also available as a table lamp and pendant, in black, white and grey.
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