The elegant, feminine shape of the Menu Dancing pendant lamp reminds us of the eponymous dress of a dancer. Despite its playful curves, no line is too much on the luminaire.
The Copenhagen Office of Iskos Berlin is responsible for the design of the Menu Dancing pendant lamp. Both designers Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos have a penchant for unusual materials and their Dancing lamp has a deeper meaning: "Design is about telling stories. The clearer a story is, the more likely people will understand it. The more surprising your story is, the sooner people will remember it. And the more people smile, the sooner they will love the story!"
The subject of this story of the Dancing lamp by Menu is the fact that the it consists of PET felt. PET felt is made of 100% recyclable material, which is produced mainly from used lemonade and mineral water bottles. The noticeable fascination with eco-friendly materials at Iskos Berlin suggests the future and deals with sustainability in a self-confident way.Also in our blog:
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