Rituals Pendant Light

Designed by Ludovica & Roberto Palomba for Foscarini

Made in Italy

One, two, three lanterns that are lightweight yet brimming with seductive texture. Three different yet concurrently complementary shapes balancing between the east and the west. Rituals is a family of lamps that conveys the magic of rice paper or mulberry tree bark—the raw materials of traditional Japanese lanterns—through the precious physical appeal of blown, frosted glass.

The horizontal lines which cut across the surface of the Rituals pendant lights give rise to a soft, charming silhouette that filters the intensity of the light source and diffuses warm, full light into the room. Rituals’ blown glass body—with its pleasant plaster-like appearance—is perfect for use alone or in harmonious compositions of three to nine lamps with the use of a multiple-port canopy.

  • Four shapes
  • Blown, engraved satin glass

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Overview

Rituals Pendant Light by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba for Foscarini recall the paper lanterns used in Japanese culture, however, they are made of blown glass, a material boasting a thousand-year Venetian tradition. Available in three different yet complementing shapes, Rituals suspension lamps have an imposing presence that is softened by their warm, sunny glow.

Details

  • Blown, engraved satin glass in white
  • Varnished metal
  • Linear or round multi-port canopy options

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About Foscarini

Italian lighting brand Foscarini was founded in 1981 on the famous glass-blowing island of Murano in Venice, Italy. This leading modern lighting manufacturer imagines and develops innovative, highly expressive lamps conceived as design objects.

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