Laviani’s Neutra pendant lamp for Kartell is simplistic and elegant with two extra-large shell-like circles which enclose the structure. The unusual shape diffuses the light uniformly over the entire surface and is easy to adjust. Made from batch-dyed PMMA and polycarbonate these large hanging lamps are perfect for large rooms or contract use.
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