Indesignlive is excited to be offering a prize to one lucky reader, thanks to Forest for the Trees.
March 9th, 2012
The good people at Forest for the Trees are offering an Indesignlive reader the chance to own their very own piece of New Nordic Design – the Studio pendant lamp.
Designed by Thomas Bernstrand for Muuto, the lamp is “a study in reducing the archetypical industry lamp to its essence. Thereby creating a lamp that works well in both private and commercial surroundings as a very functional lamp with a strong character,” says the designer.
Can you see the Studio pendant lamp hanging in your home or office?
All you have to do is ’like’ us on Facebook by 30 March – and it could be yours!
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