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Stefan Djurovic | Luna

Lighting Stefan Djurovic | Luna

A lamp that renounces to the most common typological requirement in lighting, the switch, and can be turn on an off by rotating its big globe. The legs are made of black matte metal and are practically invisible when it is turned on, recalling the presence of a full illuminated moon, as the name “Luna” suggests.
Stefan Djurovic | Luna

Designer: Stefan Djurovic
Project name: Luna
Manufacturer: Lanterna 
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