Light, time and plaster sculptures all come together in the poetic Domenica lighting series from Karman. Designed by Luca De Bona and Dario De Meo, this collection of bell-shaped pendants takes inspiration from the passage of time. The pendants feature a white plaster structure with intricate detailing and a white wire mesh – a nod to traditional sculpting techniques. The bottom part of the pendant reveals the metal structure underneath, which comes in either white or golden finishes. As the light bulb illuminates from within, it gives a warmer hue to both the wire structure and the plaster. Crafted with both visual impact and durability in mind, the Domenica pendant lights suit residential and public spaces in equal measure.
Luca is an architect (born 1979), Dario is a designer (born 1982): once accomplished their respective studies, educational path and working experience around the world they meet up in Milan where they start a collaboration which is most of all like taking a journey together. A real as well as a mental path through places, time, language arts, expressiveness which is able to mix up functions and emotions. A double glance at tradition and innovatio...
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