Spirito Table Lamp

Alexey Danilin

Lighting Products and Fixtures Design Spirito Table Lamp by Alexey Danilin Magic attracts people, and predictions of the future and netherworld especially. In search, people conduct spiritualistic sessions with a glass ball. Similar crystals were used in 2000 BC by Celtic druids. These items became the inspiration for the collection. Lamps look like levitating spirits. The LED is located in a base and throws its light up. It makes the gradient shade luminous and re-reflects the light down, creating a halo of light. Elements are put on each other. It helps avoid the unnecessary mounts. The name was inspired by the books of the founder of spiritualism; Allan Kardec.


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