Vico Magistretti designed a light in 1977 called Lyndon based on the idea of a structure holding a simple ball of light. The delicate glass bowl sets a contrast to the minimalist approach to its base pursuing the idea of being read as a cloud.
Neri & Hu‘s Lantern Light draws upon this piece through its minimal ethereal appearance. This lamp was created to commemorate the tenth year of the death of the designer. The elegant furniture piece is supported by a tubular brass structure which holds the light source in a harmonious state of tension.
This design simply consists of an upright rod with an illuminated tip. Celebrating the glorious spectacle of light itself, the tinted glass shade is a modest attachment that branches off the main support to gently shield its centerpiece. There are floor and table versions, the floor version is available in two differet heights to fit your needs, and there are two finishes to choose from. The look reminds of 1970s designs, iconic, stylish and tasteful, so it will add elegance to the space.