The intricate pendant lamp draws inspiration from Michelangelo’s starburst paving pattern at the Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome.
13 February, 2012
Morgana is a seductive design inspired by the dramatic patterns found in Rome’s historic square.
Conceived by Italian industrial designer Stefano Papi for Slamp, the hanging lamp in polycarbonate appears to flutter softly in midair, thanks to an invisible wire, while the hidden downward light emphasises shade effects of the dégradé colour.
Most notably, when viewed from below, the distinctive motif long admired in Campidoglio square comes into clear view, as if by magic.
Morgana is available in four colourways: black, white, orange and blue.
Available in Singapore at Lifestorey.
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