A slender body and a voluminous head define David Abad’s Keshi’s new decorative lamp design, inspired by the eponymous traditional Japanese dolls.
Table lamp lighting crafted of sanded black Markina marble, and a metallic bar shade finished in matte black that give an elegance Lamp Design. Metallic reflector with mirror finish. Available in two sizes: light LED source T50 and T30.
The main advantage of Keshi table lamp is undoubtedly the material used in the manufacture in its cylindrical body it is crafted of Markina marble, whose black coloring makes it one of the most prized limestones Internationally, especially in Italy.
Regarding to Pendant Design, the Keshi emits functioning without a direct light reflector unlike the desktop version that has a thin base concealing the light source.
The tabletop Keshi’s shade is equipped with a reflector above allowing it to emanate an attractive indirect light, yielding an interplay of lights and shades. Both feature high-intensity LED light bulb.
David Abad not used in vain that kind of material to create the Keshi lamps. As the Markina quarries are located in the Basque Country, not far from where the factory B.Lux has operated for over 35 years.
All these features make the Keshi a veritable icon of minimalist luxury for a minimalist house design.
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