Luminary that Absorbs Sounds | Pétale Suspension

Design: French Architect Odile Decq
Trends: A luminary that combines a sound-absorbing panel white elastic tissue with the light source.
Features: The truly extraordinary feature of this object with an organic form is the way it absorbs sound. While it is ideal for use in compositions of multiple ‘light petals’ in large spaces for hospitality and socializing, this luminary also performs its multiple functions perfectly as a ‘soloist’ in any inhabited context.
Sources: Luceplan



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