The lampshade made by blowing glass into forms made of mycelium, giving it a unique, irregular and textured organic shape.
For Symbioosa, the studios added a bulb with a changeable light temperature that varies throughout the day to support people's natural rhythms.
Users can dim the light or change the colour between a spectrum of white and yellow light.
The Symbioosa lighting is intended to help the inhabitants of an interior connect with nature and exist "in symbiosis" with users.
"We didn't intend to replicate the round shape of a mushroom cap but rather opted for an asymmetrical oval shape which changes based on where you look at it from," said LLEV founders Eva and Marcel Mochal.
"In this case, imperfection is actually a form of perfection."
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