DNA is a new lighting system inspired by the organic yet complex beauty of naturally evolving organic structures.
February 29th, 2016
Like an organic and growing structure, the complex form of DNA springs forth from a surprisingly simple element. Available in white, black, chrome and copper modules comprising three light bulbs, the charm of DNA can be amplified through connection, with a single piece being able to be fused with another and another, up to the creation of a modern chandelier.
Seven different assembled pendant versions area available in the range, available exclusively in Australia through Light Culture, a table version, a wall/ceiling version or, alternatively, a range of customised solutions according to client needs.
Sophisticated but not elitist; this is how Thomas Schulte, the owner and managing director of NEXT, sees the range collection of products.
“Our collection is directed by the idea of people feeling comfortable with our lighting. I want NEXT to offer contemporary design and to create a suitable atmosphere whether in private homes or in architectural projects,” Thomas Schulte explains.
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