Popular "animal" theme among designers from Northern Lighting has received another interesting addition. The Moo lamp was designed by Trond Svendgård and Ove Rogne in 2008 and will certainly please fans of unusual interiors, be it an apartment or a restaurant.
The wall lamp is made of translucent high-tech rubber material called Polyresin and glass fibre that passes light and makes it soft and smooth, while creating an interesting sparkling and translucent light effect using a bulb located at the base of the horns.
The Northern Lighting Moolamp has a height of 75 cm, a width of 75 cm and a depth of 57 cm, while the cable is 190 cm long and white.
The moose is often called as a true “King of the Northern forests” and the designers hoped that this light will be a kind of great postmodern kitsch trophy in a style.
The Northern Lighting Moolamp is created under the influence of the breathtaking nature of northern Norway, where the designer’s summer residencies are located. It is here that you can see a moose, calmly walking on the lawns around the house.
The aim of Northern Lighting is to create and inspire. This is achieved through the conception of original ideas so unique that conventional methods appear utterly outdated.
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