Dezeen Showroom: the Méne lighting assortment by Australian designer Ross Gardam was created to have a celestial high quality and is constituted of mouth-blown glass.
“The objects seem like a lunar apparition, delicately floating in mid-air,” stated Gardam of the Méne assortment, which encompasses a pendant and desk lamp.
Each of the lamps function an ethereal-looking rippled orb-shaped luminaire — the pendant’s suspended on the top of a fragile, barely seen wire, and the desk lamp’s blooming out of a compact, matching glass base.
Gardam describes the luminaires as the results of the studio’s continuous experimentation with conventional glass blowing strategies and revolutionary engineeering, on this case yielding a delicate glass texture with distinctive variation in every bit produced.
The lamps can be found in a spread of glass finishes — clear, frosted clear, black or frosted black — and accomplished with minimal metallic parts in champagne-coloured anodised aluminium.
Méne is made in Australia and assembled by hand in Gardam’s Melbourne-based studio.
Designer: Ross Gardam
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