Minimalist Pendant Lights by Naama Hofman

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Two new pendants join the designer’s minimalist lighting series.

Tel Aviv-based designer Naama Hofman creates elegant lighting using simple forms, clean lines, and a limited material palette. Her collection of “light objects” includes everything from floor lamps to table lamps and pendants. The new 018 and 019 pendant lights join the rest of the collection. Following the same design principles that explore the simplicity of a line of light, the pendants feature a tubular design. As a result, they blend into any interior with ease, but they especially complement modern, minimalist living spaces.

The understated design puts a focus on the strength of light. Here, the pendants glow in a simple line that emanates a warm glow to create a cozy ambience in interiors. While the 018 pendant features a single LED tube held by two brass arms, the 019 pendant boasts two LED tubes, one horizontal and the other vertical. The two designs work well on their own as well as in a set, in different compositions. Alternatively, the pendants complement the other designs from the same series, providing an elegant solution to co-ordinate a home’s lighting with matching lamps and pendant lights. Photographs© Naama Hofman.

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