Introducing White Light

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New design and production lab White Light shows why good design and handcrafted materials are always a great match. The NZ studio also proves that a bit of creativity and ingenuity can go a long way. Featuring a blend of 3D printing, handmade materials and modern design, the brand created a beautiful and distinctive lighting collection. Elegant and innovative, the ‘Porcelain Pendants’ range features a sculptural aesthetic and a timeless charm. Designed in Auckland, the porcelain pendants are expertly hand cast from 3D molds in New York City before they are glazed by hand in three finishes.

The collection currently includes six shapes, all available in six neutral color combinations. Finishes range from satin white and matte charcoal to gloss black, while LED options include white and cool white. Minimalist and versatile, the designs suit residential as well as commercial spaces. The brand also offers a custom pendant option. Made to order, all pendants have a lead time of five to six weeks. Photographs© White Light.

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