Skygarden ceiling lamp
The Skygarden lamp is a ceiling lamp inspired by the Skygarden lamp by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders in 2007 for the Italian lighting company Flos. As Wanders explains, “the inspiration comes from a decorated plaster ceiling he had in the house where he grew up.”
Inspired by the famous Skygarden lamp by Marcel Wanders
A leading ceiling lamp in sales since its presentation at the Milan 2007 show, the Skygarden hanging lamp by designer Marcel Wanders has been synonymous with beauty. It combines a series of elements that make it unique, equipped with a minimalist dome but inside it reveals a beautiful neo-Baroque decoration, ornaments in the form of floral garlands can be appreciated that give it a touch of elegance.
The dome of the Skygarden suspension lamp is made of lacquered aluminum, the decorations inside are made of resin, inside it has a finished diffuser with a small screen decorated with lace shapes made of stainless steel, this whole structure is suspended on the ceiling with a steel cable and supported by a painted polycarbonate rosette of the same color as the dome.
Ceiling lamp ideal for any room
Ideal for any room in the house; Living room, kitchen, bedroom, even the bathroom … The good thing about this lamp is that it can be combined with all styles and environments.
And if you liked it in black, do not miss the Skygarden lamp in white. It will be spectacular in your living room or dining room lighting a good dinner on an oval marble Tulip table.
- Made of lacquered aluminum.
- Dome measures: Ø 60 cm.
In the house where he lived before, he had a spectacular old plastered ceiling. I used to refer to him as my “Sky Garden” (garden in the sky); It was always perfect, although I have no hand for the plants and did not attend to it with special care. He needed neither water nor sun, the simple warm rays of electric light that illuminated him from below were enough. I liked it so much that, when I moved, I couldn’t separate myself from it. I had to find a way to take it to my new home, so I equipped myself with my tools and took it off the roof. These exquisite pieces of history are now discreetly hidden in a minimalist architectural sphere in the nerve center of my new abode, where I can enjoy them in the company of my friends. If you don’t tell anyone, you can also enjoy them with me.