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Jeremy Cole's new floral-inspired lighting collection

by Leona Liu on May 23, 2016 in Products
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Aloe Bud in gold

Aloe Bud in gold

Jeremy Cole’s flora-inspired lighting collection fully embodies the artist’s contemporary aesthetic and skilled craftsmanship

Taking inspiration from flora, Jeremy Cole’s beautiful ceramic lighting collection is highlighted by its contemporary style, timeless beauty, and the care and skill each handmade piece entails.

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White Flax

Embracing traditional methods of production with his own modern flair, Cole works with some of the world's most skilled ceramicists on creating the art pieces. The White Flax piece consists of 350 handcrafted ceramic leaves, specifically arranged for even light distribution that pushes the limits of its medium and craftsmanship.

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White Blossom Table Light

Based in New Zealand,  Cole’s unique style is an expression of his homeland and the country’s distinctive and stunning flora. His work has been displayed in museums and is included in prestigious interior and architectural projects internationally. Fashion and jewellery houses, such as Bulgari, Harry Winston and Franck Muller, also seek out his unique light-forms.

Cymbidium Ming Vase White BG

Cymbidium Ming Vase

Most recently, he has added to the Cymbidium collection with two stunning creations: the Cymbidium Floor Lamp and the Cymbidium Ming Vase, and has introduced the Chrysalis collection, with a simple and elegant porcelain core symbolic of the cocoon of a Butterfly.

 

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