This blown glass lamp fitted at the end of a rope is by Italian designer Andrea Francesconi.
Called William Light, the product is made of glass and ceramic in two versions - one with an angled aperture to be sat on a surface and the other cut straight as a pendant lamp.
The following information is from the designer:
William born by the grip to translate a technical drawing in a true object through the unknown give by the blown of the glass. The proding was to propose an object both emotional and simple by its materials.
Which could get a smartness across the plainness and the average of the processing of its materials. The lights are two different suspension lamp of blown glass and ceramic.
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