Orchid Light

Jun 27, 2012
  • Article by Online Editor
  • Photography by Chris Kapa, Michael Kia
  • Designer Marc Pascal

Made as a playful homage to the sensual flower, Marc Pascal’s Orchid Light sees hand-dyed flora forms springing in all directions from tensile stainless steel wires. Each flower is a different colour and shape, with Pascal even offering made-to-order lights with 80 per cent translucent white and 20 per cent flexible colour according to the buyer’s preference and taste.

Long-life polycarbonate gives the Orchid Light a sharpness and bright resolution of hue, and also means that the light shade is washable. Dust can be removed with a light shower of water – just like watering a garden of orchids.

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