Shards are the chance
by Martina Metzner | 11/9/2015
Nebra is a suspension lamp that owes its name to the Nebra Disk, a metal plate with gold applications that harks back to the bronze age. Discovered near the town of Nebra, in Germany, it is considered one of the most important archaeological finds of the 20th century. The lamp, made in pressed glass, draws inspiration from the shape and the aesthetic effect of this find.
Thanks to the new LED light sources that enable thinner gauges and hence a reduced overall bulk of the lamps, Nebra has a crushed spherical shape that enables the multiplication effect to be increased. The dimensions of depth, enable the creation of broad compositions with minimum buik. The suspension is in fact ideally organized in composition to create a scenic effect.
It comes in a transparent version and in natural colors such as tobacco and green.
|Colors||shades of blue
shades of green
shades of brown