Called Baklava, the design has a shade comprising three layers of fabric drawn together with string.
A coloured acrylic disk below the light source emits a red glow from the lower part of the lamp.
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The information below is from Örsjö Belysning:
Designed by star-architects Claesson Koivisto Rune, Baklava’s unique triple-layered shade is reminiscent of the thin pastry layers in the Turkish delicacy which gave rise to the name.
The structure of the shade has been designed to allow the bottom part to glow in a different colour to the main light.
Initially designed for the interior of the exclusive new Nobis Hotel, Stockholm, Baklava will look equally stunning in any commercial or domestic environment.
Baklava will be available as both table and floor lights.
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