King Edison pendant lamp by Young & Battaglia

King Edison pendant lamp by Young & Battaglia

King Edison pendant lamp by Young & Battaglia

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What an extraordinary flower-lamp, it can deceive even a bee! A tiny baroque  chandelier suspended inside a glass giant lightbulb and hung on braided silken cable. The King Edison pendant lamp designed by Young & Battaglia combines the laconic simplicity of a Thomas Edison & Alexander Lodygin light bulb with baroque glamour of a Kings chandelier. It consists of a miniature brass chandelier inside a hand blown clear glass shade and satin chrome fittings. The King Edison lamp’s size of 15 cm diameter x 21 cm H guarantees a perfect view in the library.

British designer Brendan Young and Italian designer Vanessa Battaglia first appeared on the international design scene with their up-cycled furniture collection at Salone Satellite in Milan in 2003. Working initially under the name Studiomold, their early pieces included their ‘Love 36’ chair using reject Dunlop tennis balls, and the award winning ‘Recycled Sound’ speakers made from old vinyl records.

In 2011 they founded their own design brand Mineheart, which produces a range of interior accessories that includes wallpaper, rugs, art, lighting, and furniture,
all made in England. Anglo-Italian design duo Young & Battaglia presented King Edison pendant lamp for their design brand Mineheart at ICCF 2013 in New York last month.
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