Yuma pendant lamp with turned metal reflector and blown glass diffuser 20W E27
The Yuma desert extends between the USA and northern Mexico and lives on in the design culture of designer David Pompa. The shiny brass body of the lamp reflects and continuously modifies what is around it, evoking the dunes that are lost indefinitely, never equal to themselves. The magic of oases and mirages returns in the refractions of glass, raw and material.
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