Pedestrian Lamp Design

pedestiran lamp design

Pedestrian Lamp Design – Designed by the young designer based in Venice Nicolò Zavagno pendant Pestrin name comes from the Venetian dialect. The history goes back to the noble family Pestrin Morosini, living in the Morosini Palace. According to the designer, this project borrowed its name from Pestrin Street, where milk used for distribution. “Pestrin” also literally translates as “milk” and each of these units of design it is said that it is a unique opportunity to enjoy a part of Venice at home.

The shape of the lamp is a reminder of the container used to transport the milk from the “Pedestrian” back to the House. The use of porcelain and wood takes back to ancient traditions; fused with a contemporary, minimalist design with a finish in a multitude of colors, light diffuse the heat in each environment. Venice has always been associated with romance, relaxation, a sense of happiness and warmth.

Pedestrian Lamp Design

Hopefully this post will slowly teleport you to this fascinating city and that for a brief moment, you may be able to hear the traditional songs of the gondoliers.

Images and information provided via e-mail by Nicolò Zavagno.

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