The Studio Job x Seletti Heart Lamp

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A creative lamp that looks like wall art.

When two avant-garde and fiercely creative brands decide to collaborate, the results can’t be anything but extraordinary. The Seletti x Studio Job collection is the perfect example. Made in a partnership between Belgian design firm Studio Job and iconic Italian brand Seletti, the line features fun designs that range from lighting and furniture to decorative objects. Blending pop art influences with both maximalism and cartoon-like details, the collection brings living spaces to life in bursts of color. The latest addition to the range, the Heart Lamp follows on the footsteps of the popular Mouth Neon Lamp. In a similar way to the previous design, the lamp offers a bold twist on wall lighting.

The large heart shape makes the lamp look more like wall art than lighting, ensuring that this design will create a focal point in any room. When turned on, the led glows with a bright red color, highlighting the contour of the heart shape. Made of acrylic, the Heart Lamp comes with an LED light, transformer, and 5.5 feet cable. The bold design provides an easy way to make a room’s interior design shine with accent lighting. The Heart Lamp is also particularly suitable as a gift. Find it in our shop, along with the Mouth Lamp and the rest of the Seletti x Studio Job range. Photographs© Seletti.

 

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