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Serge & Robert Cornelissen | Shatter, the Big Bang effect

Lighting Serge & Robert Cornelissen | Shatter, the Big Bang effect

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Shatter, made of matt white painted aluminium, is offered as a ceiling lamp, suspension (both in 3 sizes – small, medium and large) and as a wall lamp. The shining fragments of Shatter re able to illuminate and decorate very large surroundings such as the public areas of hotels, halls, restaurants, etc., but they become elements of elegant architectural plasticity also in private spaces.

Serge & Robert Cornelissen | Shatter, the Big Bang effect

Serge & Robert Cornelissen | Shatter, the Big Bang effectIt is possible to use various combinations to obtain a result which has a strong and effective scenic impact. Indeed, the geometric irregularity of the 3 dimensions allows the creation of brilliant unexpected compositions.

Designer: Serge & Robert Cornelissen
Project name: Shatter, the Big Bang effect
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