// arthitectural / Lighting / Maarten De Ceulaer | Nomad Light Fire

Maarten De Ceulaer | Nomad Light Fire

Lighting Maarten De Ceulaer | Nomad Light Fire

Maarten De Ceulaer | Nomad Light FireTake off some pieces of light from the Nomad Light Fire, and take them with you, where ever you want. This lighting object is inspired by the oldest form of light mankind was ever able to use and manipulate, the fire. Just like the cavemen discovered that, when a tree was hit by lightning, they could take out one of these burning branches, you will discover that you can take elements of light from the top ends of this fire as well.

Maarten De Ceulaer | Nomad Light Fire

Maarten De Ceulaer | Nomad Light FireThis lighting object would be ideal to be used for garden parties, in restaurants or café’s, terazza’s, big events or parties, hotel lounges, and even private spaces. Customers can take off a cube to give some cosy atmosphere to their tables.

Designer: Maarten De Ceulaer

Sharing is Caring...
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditPin on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on StumbleUponShare on Tumblr
Sharing is Caring...
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditPin on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Have anything to say?

// arthitectural / You may also like to see...

The new campus of TAC SEV is built across from the existing property of Tarsus American College (TAC). Considering its proximity to the historic context of the school, the new campus is conceived, as a design principle, a part of the TAC campus it is separated from by a road that traverses the premises. An […]


more