Inspired by roulette tables, the Volta collection is a set of four pendant lamps made of wood, polished bronze, and metal. The wood is native to Patagonia, and provides a warm contrast to the black metal. Each lamp has a different shape that plays with geometry and shapes, creating iconic character and elegance. Its central axis makes it easy to move the lamp, while also adding a curvy accent. The lamps were designed by José Luis Barrientos, Lucas Ballocchi and Abel Cárcamo.
An Elegant and Rich Collection of Lamps Named Volta
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