A Flexible LED Light: Levity Pendant Light

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Sometimes the simplest of designs have the biggest impact. The Levity Pendant Light perfectly shows how a minimal design can create a focal point in a room and complement the décor at the same time. Designed by Rotterdam-based Studio Truly Truly, the flexible LED light encapsulates the studio’s goal of creating objects that blur the line between function and art. This design features a flexible LED loop covered by a woven textile fabric, evoking feelings of gravity as well as weightlessness with its graceful shape. The aluminum frame comes in either black or brass, both versions adding contrast to the ethereal loop lighting while also creating a play on colors and textures.

Understated but full of character, the Levity Pendant Light suits both residential and office spaces. This second version of the Levity floor lamp is currently available on the studio’s official website, along with a range of minimalist furniture and creative home accessories. Photographs© Studio Truly Truly.

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