omer arbel series 21 pendant lamp

posted by the scholar on October 15th, 2007
filed under: clay, design, glass, lighting

check out these sculptural, brown baggy looking porcelain and glass series 21 lights from vancouver-based designer omer arbel. they’re inspired by the random natural arrangement of barnacles on rocks, but to me they sort of look like mushrooms (it’s the color in these photos, i know). thin sheets of white porcelain are wrapped around assorted sizes of frosted blown pyrex glass cones. the handmade nature of this process guarantees a unique, one-off looking style for each lamp, and a break from the traditional methods of working with porcelain.



they hang from a metal cable and attach to a brushed silver canopy. singles run $359 each, but multiples can be ordered as well as custom pieces.

can you imagine how cool the 26 light piece is that they offer?

unica home is taking advance orders now.

via betterlivingthroughdesign

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6 Responses to “omer arbel series 21 pendant lamp”

  1. technabob Says:

    I can’t believe that’s porcelain. It looks like fabric. Very cool.

  2. the scholar Says:

    it does look like fabric bob. very cool.

    thanks for the visit!

  3. sosser Says:

    beautiful. they remind me of paper blowing in the wind… or caught in a tree.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    they do look like they’re windblown! i love the sculptural quality they have.

  5. maryam in marrakesh Says:

    so delicate and special looking

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi maryam,

    they look as delicate as a wind chime to me. i think they would be so gorgeous hanging over a dining table or in a foyer.

    nice to see you! 🙂

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