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The Garland light, design by by Tord Boontje.PL88

Posted on September 13 2016

The Garland light, design by by Tord Boontje.PL88

Furniture, lighting and product designer Tord Boontje is best known for his iconic bestselling metal Garland light for Habitat. He came to London from the Netherlands in 1992 to study at the Royal College of Art and never left. He now runs his own studio based in Shoreditch. His pieces can be found in museums all over the world and he has just designed the Bouquet Light.


Wonderfully whimsical, the Garland Light is a delightful  decorative lighting from Artecnica. A veritable piece of art, the Garland Light features in the permanent collection of MoMA New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum London! The decorative lighting is a charming way to personalise your decor – the organic form of the continuous floral metal strand can be twisted into virtually any structure. It’s so easy – the Garland wraps around a light bulb and is secured with a simple clip. Available in Silver, Rust, Black Chrome, White and 24K Gold finishes, the memorable and delicate etched motif will fit beautifully into a modern or classic interior. For added versatility, multiple Garland lighting fixtures can be combined for larger shapes in coordinating or contrasting hues. The timeless allure of the Garland Light by  Artecnica will bring a dash of magic into your life.

Charming, romantic, unforgettable, the garland light mesmerizes with its delicately etched floral patterns. The Dutch designer Tord Boontje proved a lot of inspiration when he made this amazing Garland Shade Light. It is spectacular and impressive and it will certainly make an impression on everyone at first sight. The item is very delicate and seems to come from a different century, but this is exactly what makes it so special. As you might have inferred from the name, it is a garland light. That means that it is a lighting device that looks like a garland made of flowers and leaves. All the details are made of brass and they reflect the light cast by the 60-watt bulb..

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