Silo lamp by Note Design Studio for Zero

Category: Design Published on 31 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , ,
Silo lamp by Note Design Studio for Zero

A small, iconic fixture inspired by the classical silhouette of a grain silo. This shape was refined during the design phase by swedish Note Design Studio to become SILO – a minimalistic pendant with a distinct industrial character. SILO, with its colour range of white, black, yellow and green, can both step forward in a room and become a dynamic element or step back and blend into its surroundings.

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images © Mathias Nero – courtesy of ZERO

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