A contemporary design gesture that speaks to a tradition and aesthetic that still holds great appeal
October 24th, 2012
Endeavouring to mimic the delicate irregularity and refractional properties of blown glass, Nichetto has fused a contemporary blend of polycarbonate materials with the advacnced practice of rotational molding.
The result is a pendant light that in scale and visual impact achieves the impression and aesthetic charm of a large glass fitting with considerably less weight, reduced materials and subsequently: lower cost.
Plass was featured in the recent Venice Architecture Biennale, where the lamps were hung en masse over two floors in the bookshop at the “Common Ground” exhibit.
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