Creative Lighting Design – Banana Lamps By Studio Job X Seletti

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Italian cult brand Seletti has a soft spot for revolutionizing modern living spaces with expertly crafted products. As a result, the company collaborates with talented and creative studios and designers to craft furniture and accessories collections that look visually striking and simply unforgettable. The latest collaboration, with Belgium-based Studio Job, follows the same recipe. The Banana Lamps provide a practical and also lightweight take on the studio’s bronze and glass sculptures, introduced at ‘The Banana Show’ in 2015. They also offer a creative lighting design solution for modern homes while providing a great alternative to those who can’t buy the original artworks.

Made of resin and glass, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, as they are affectionately called, offer a simple solution to create a focal point in any décor. The lamps reference both pop art and popular culture with their symbolism – “the most popular fruit in the world” – and their cartoon-inspired names. Meant for indoor use, the lamps come in three versions. All of them use the peel sections as support, with one light also featuring a standing position. Perfect for giving a playful vibe to a contemporary interior, the Banana Lamps help to create memorable living spaces thanks to their one-of-a-kind design. You can find them now in our shop. Photographs© Seletti.

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