Terence Woodgate Introduces new lighting collection

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 16, 2015 in Products
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Renowned British industrial designer Terence Woodgate has released a new selection of lighting designs known as Core

The pendant shaped lights are crafted from Carrara and Nero Marquina marble, giving the collection an elegant and refined sensibility. This choice of material also allows a warm glow to emit from the base of the Carrara lights, increasing the focal interest of the design.

The warm glow from the base of the Carrara lights

The warm glow from the base of the Carrara lights

Of the collection, Woodgate says, “Core is a simple pendant but particularly striking when arranged in clusters or groups. " Each pendant utilises LED technology, making them both low-energy and high performance products.

Single pieces from the collection are just as striking

Single pieces from the collection are just as striking

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