Los Angeles based designer Chris Granneberg designed a unique light influenced by the mid-century lighting avant-gardists like Achille Castiglioni to a zeppelin form. The designer always got fascinated by hot air balloons and gave the same form to the Balloon lamp. Somewhat, the interesting shape seems similar to Chinese fire lanterns. The product is equally sculptural and functional that is neural and could apt for multiple interiors.
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Gantri's 3D Printing Production
The balloon lamp's body is designed using Gantri's 3D printing production and then meticulously and efficiently hand-finished by local craftspeople to get a smooth, classy finish.
And we agree with what the designer says, "I hope it has a warmth that's a calming presence in any room.
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Whether you place it in your bedroom or living room, the soft radiance of this lamp will brighten up any area.
Especially its timeless, elegant style makes it an ideal companion for wood-focused interiors. Its playful design is even a perfect match for children's rooms.
About Chris Granneberg
Chris Granneberg is a Los Angeles based designer, who runs his eponymous Chris Granneberg Studio. It is an Industrial Design studio with expertise creating experiences in structural packaging, product, tabletop, furniture, consumer electronics, lighting and more.
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