Now is the time to go back into the lap of nature. Up till now, we were finding ways to develop natural resources as raw material for producing commodities to support our daily lifestyles. That effort of ours brought us numerous dependable alternatives handpicked from nature. But this time, nature’s influence is found in the design of stylish products too. Designer Pavel Eekra has made pendant lamp using natural maple which looks like a pine cone; a simple, but effective inspiration from nature itself. Designed with 56 thin scales put together by small screws undetectable from outside, the lamp brings you the feeling of decorating your room with hanging pine cones.
Without the need of an internal supporting skeleton, the lamp attracts less gravitational pull too. The semitransparent sheets of the lamp let the light come out in subtle quantity and give the illuminated corner a magical appearance. The lamp is fit for any and every enclosure that aspires utility with elegance. But the most interesting feature that can make the lamp popular at one go is its handiness in packing and transporting. The 56 scales can be flat-packed without any hassles and reassembling is as easy as child’s play. So, taking it anywhere and hanging it to illuminate your life is just a matter of time now.