tazana foliage pendant lamp

posted by the scholar on October 30th, 2007
filed under: design, lighting

inspired by nature, thai designer suppapong songsang has created this lovely little plastic foliage light in white and green for his company tazana. it takes up to a 60 watt bulb and is about 7″ x 7″ x 8 1/2″.



i’d love to see eight or nine of these at different heights with low wattage bulbs in them, hanging together. what a lovely way to light up a corner with a quotidian promise of spring!

snatch ’em up at the missing pixel for $26 each.

via at home with kim vallee and betterlivingthroughdesign

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6 Responses to “tazana foliage pendant lamp”

  1. technabob Says:

    OMG, that is so cool!

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi bob,

    aren’t they fun? a great way to light up a dead corner or ambient lighting over a breakfast bar.

    thanks for stopping by!

  3. sosser Says:

    LOVE those!

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    it’s weird to say that something is organic even though it’s made of plastic, but somehow it is appropriate here.

    nice to see you!

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