Designed by Jake Phipps
The idea of cage, retrace the past tradition of a canary in homes: from the Egyptian civilizations and Roman times, we can see the canary presence in the houses; in the Middle Age and in the English courts was a good upbringing sign to have them in lounges. In this way, an icon of British high-ranking status became a lamp-object. A figure symbol, enhanced by gold plating and yield useful by its illuminating function. The little birds are made of hand-decorated ceramics, black painted or plated in 24-carat gold; the structure of metal rod black painted or gold plated. The LED lighting fixture is on the base of the cage, covered by a double polycarbonate shielding, that on the one hand illuminates the room and on the other hand illuminates the inside of the cage.
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