Banga, the parasol light designed by Yonoh for LZF Lamps

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Yonoh creative studio is inspired by the Japanese umbrella to create Banga pendant lamp for Spanish company LZF. It can seen until April 9 at Euroluce 2017 in Milan. 
 
Designed by Yonoh, the Banga pendant exemplifies the Valencia-based creative design studio’s quest to bring an understandability and functionality, freshness and uniqueness, to its creations. Available in two sizes, Banga is crafted using a series of individual sheets of veneer, each one connected via a lustrous metallic strip. 
 
The Banga light’s combined veneer pieces and metal frame bear a resemblance to a plush brolly or indeed, to a well-dressed parasol. Banga enjoys an expressive Eastern world-like quality, together with a nod to neoclassicism and its principles of simplicity and symmetry.
 
 
Banga can be seen at Euroluce, the Inter-national Lighting Exhibition that runs in the context of the Salone del Mobile in Milan (Italy), from 4th to 9th April 2017. 100m2 booth, designed by Polish design duo Chmara.Rosinke and LZF very own Mariví Calvo. Stand C20 - PAV 11
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