The Meshi pendant light by Australian designer, Vincent Buret is a fusion of minimalism, new technologies, simplicity and sculpture.
September 14th, 2015
Sydney-based designer Vincent Buret of Studio Vincent Buret has set out to respond to something missing in the market – small pendant shades – and re-released the Meshi light, a 3D printed pendant light using the mesh of a classic conic lamp shade.
The tessellated light is made of selective laser sintered nylon, and is available in raw white nylon with black and white fabric flex cord. Studio Vincent Buret’s 145 mm diameter pendants can be easily maintained, and cleaned using a brush or with a vacuum cleaner.
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