Sprig by Victor Vetterlein

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Sprig by Victor Vetterlein

These branched pendant lights are by American designer Victor Vetterlein.

Sprig by Victor Vetterlein

The lamps, called Sprig, are made up of tubular plastic elements that branch out from a central pole.

Sprig by Victor Vetterlein

They can be joined together to form a chandelier or clustered to make a floor lamp.

Sprig by Victor Vetterlein

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Sprig by Victor Vetterlein

Here's a bit of text from the designer:


The Sprig lamp design is inspired by the fresh growth of plants. A single Sprig lamp makes a pendant light, while multiple Sprig lamps combined build a floor lamp or a chandelier.

Sprig is made of recycled plastic, and the lighting source is a standard compact fluorescent lamp (CFL). The CFL is replaced by unscrewing a lamp arm end cap to access the bulb.

For joining two Sprig lamps together, an accessory package provides one threaded sleeve and a clip-on electrical cord, plug, and screw-in outlet.


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