Object/Interface’s ingenious planter lamps let both light and greenery hang from the ceiling

Posted in Design
By Sam Bathe on 22 Sep 2015



Spun from alumunium into a sleek collection of planter lamps, Object/Interface’s minimal light fittings feature a bowl design to hold house plants and succulents as well as a light bulb. Finished with a powder coating to withstand the moisture from soil, the fittings hang from a stainless steel cable and are all made in Canada. Object/Interface’s planter lamp collection is available to buy from their online store, starting at $148: www.objectinterface.ca

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