Suitable for Outdoor Use
Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 20cm (W) / 15.7" (H) x 7.9" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The Sirenuse pendant light is inspired by fishing nets and other traditional fishing equipments known in Italy as "nassa".
Its appearance resembles that of a floating sculpture and, with its extremely delicate nature and light weight, Sirenusa evokes the images of the fishing nets thrown into the sea. In addition to this, the ceramic net around the light bulb, refracts its light creating extremely suggestive shadows and patterns in the room.
The Sirenusa pendant light is built through a very complex and slow process which allows the ceramic coils to shrink and move independently. For this reason, each piece will be unique.
This piece has been designed, handcrafted and decorated by the designer in her studio in Rome.
The products might show slight variation compared to the pictures as they are the result of a complex, artisanal process aimed at making every piece truly unique.
*Light bulb not included
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Based in: Rome
Arianna De Luca has been working as an interior designer in UK, South America and Italy, where she is currently based. In 2017 she started to work with ceramics in order to create bespoke pieces to complement her interior projects and has recently decided to give life to her very own ceramic design collection. She is currently based in Rome where she runs her studio and artisanal workshop.
Each of her projects displays her passion and interest for the Mediterranean landscapes and culture.
Constantly seeking authenticity, she mainly focuses on the narrative and emotional side of her designs.
Her aesthetic is represented by cheerful pieces with bold shapes and vibrant Mediterranean colours.
Her main source of inspiration is the Mediterranean landscape, culture and its artistic and artisanal heritage. She extensively researches into traditions, popular culture and artefacts of this area and uses them as a starting point for her explorations.
Her work is deeply rooted in the 80s Italian design language and the Vietri ceramic heritage, whose colours and themes often appear within her production. Her pieces also reflect the textures, details and palettes she captures while exploring countries, cultures and villages in the Mediterranean territory.
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