Inside Pendant Lamp – Oblure

Inside Pendant Lamp – Oblure

from 595.00

Maker: Oblure | Sweden
Designer: Morten & Jonas | Norway
Year: 2017

'Inside' is a hand-blown glass pendant designed by Norwegian duo Morten & Jonas. The pendant brings to life their genuine enthusiasm, passion, and knowledge about design into a single lighting feature.

With twisted, hand-blown glass interiors, each lamp is unique and gently diffuses light in soft patterns across the room. 'Inside' creates an inviting atmosphere that will enhance any contemporary space.

- Contemporary Norwegian Design
- Available in single pendant or 'triplette' options
- Takes a G9 Halogen Bulb

- H 17.9cm, ø 20cm
- Cord Length: 300cm

- Steel, hand blown grey glass
- Textile cable with mount for ceiling


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Made by Oblure

As a hybrid of the words ‘Object’ and ‘Allure’, Swedish lighting company Oblure perfectly embodies the initial delight felt in discovering an object that is completely new and unique. The company's vision is to offer characterful modern lighting to a worldwide community of design lovers with a goal to create unique objects that intrigue and surprise the beholder.

Astep is a design company that brings to the domestic landscape, the experience, knowledge and the future-oriented outlook that has been nurtured in founder Alessandro Sarfatti's family for three generations, and bridges it with the latest developments in digital technologies.

Design is about conveying an emotion that affects human life and enhances everyday experience.
— Erik Möller | Oblure Founder
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Designed by Morten & Jonas

Morten & Jonas (Norway) is a design studio based in Oslo, Norway. The designers Morten and Jonas, have worked together as a design duo since receiving their masters degree in furniture and spacial design from Bergen Academy of art and design in 2011.

They have participated in exhibitions and shows all over the world. They aim to create objects and projects with an curious approach in terms of expression, materials and human visual perception. They are driven by their interaction with people, culture and shape.