Leaves Pendant Lamp

Updated on

September 15, 2019

"One of the greatest artists of the 1960s was the American sculptor Alexander Calder. He designed small moving sculptures suspended from strings or rods, and his art was the source of inspiration for the Leaves lamps. The result is a sculptural and iconic pendant with elegant lampshades that can rotate to the sides, so the light source can be adapted to suit your needs. The Leaves lamp is an aesthetic design that hovers beautifully above the dining table, creating the perfect hint of decadence."

Design by Kateryna Sokolova


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