Fabella Porzellanlampe (altrosa)

199,00

Inspired by Fontane’s famous poem about the generous “Herr von Ribbeck auf Ribbeck im Havelland”, German designer Laura Straßer created a porcelain lamp reminiscent of a pear. Accordingly, she chose the name ‘Fabella’, which means ‘anecdote’ in Latin and creates a connection to this beautiful poem, which is by the way based on a true story. For Caussa, Laura Straßer has reinterpreted her design by setting new accents with fresh colour and material combinations. Depending on the strength of the light bulb and the colour of the glazing, the porcelain shade becomes translucent and creates a unique glow and a pleasant lighting atmosphere. The pendant lamp comes in four different colour glazing, each combined with a polished brass connector ring and a white or black textile cable.

Weight 2.150 kg
Dimensions 36 × 25 × 25 cm
Designer

Laura Strasser

Material

Porcelain

Color

dusty rose

 

Inspired by Fontane’s famous poem

Inspired by Fontane’s famous poem about the generous “Herr von Ribbeck auf Ribbeck im Havelland”, German designer Laura Straßer created a porcelain lamp reminiscent of a pear. 

 

A lamp Shade made out of porcelain

Depending on the strength of the light bulb and the colour of the glazing, the porcelain shade becomes translucent and creates a unique glow and a pleasant lighting atmosphere. 

 

LAURA STRASSEr

Laura Straßer is an expert for white gold.
In Berlin based studio she designs and develops porcelain and ceramic products for clients and partners for over 10 years and engages in the visual prospects and characteristics of this beautiful natural material.
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