Originally published in Interiors & Sources

06/28/2013

The Meltdown Lamp from Cappellini

 
Meltdown lamp

Cappellini’s Meltdown lamp by Swedish designer Johan Lindstén features thin, hand-blown colored glass. The product is meant to use something beautiful as a representation of the disastrous nuclear accident that took place in Fukushima, Japan. The diameter of each lamp is 285 mm and there are two different shape options: linear or grape. Colors are available in grey, rose, tobacco, light blue, amethyst, and amber.

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