Introducing the Nebulae Horizontal

  • Introducing the Nebulae Horizontal
  • Lighting - May 2019

Launching for the first time at ICFF New York, the new Nebulae Horizontal Collection builds on the design of the original Nebulae Vertical Chandelier released last year.

The Nebulae Collection takes its name from the natural phenomena of interstellar clouds and their dynamic layered lighting effects. The geometric machined forms coupled with the fluid glass discs create balance between the elements.

Designed for large open space, the Nebulae Horizontal Collection is inspired by geometric forms and the soft diffusion of natural and LED light.

Ideal feature lighting for grand foyers and hallways, above dining tables, hotel lobbies and open commercial spaces.  Available in several configurations and glass finishes, the Nebulae Horizontal collection is both dynamic and sculptural in its linear form.

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