Design gallerist brings to you the Mygdal lamp, a special piece of a self-sustaining ecosystem by Nui Studio.
Mygdal lamp was designed as a self-sustaining ecosystem allowing plants to grow free of the need for sunshine or water, the hand-blown glass light takes its name from the rough translation from the Danish term for ‘fertile soil’. This technical innovation opens up new opportunities in luminaire design.
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The Mygdal plant lamps are created as a pendant lamp as well as a standing lamp in two different sizes. The standing lamp has an electrically conductive glass coating rendering an invisible connection between the power source and the LED.
The creators, Emilia Lucht and Arne Sebrantke of Nui Studio like to say:
“The aesthetic combination of light and plants inside a mouth-blown and hand-finished glass lamp creates a soothing atmosphere.”
Nui Studio was founded in 2014 by the creative duo Emilia Lucht and Arne Sebrantke in northern Germany. This studio likes to explore unconventional ideas to enrich the daily life and this project is the reflection of this philosophy.
See also the flexible light by Truly Truly Studio.
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