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Paul Crofts’ Nonla Pendants Lights

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 29, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Allison last modified Aug 28, 2013

Vietnamese hats are a cultural icon, in their white or beige silhouettes, shaped in either triangular, elongated triangular, or wide bell. A beautiful take on the Vietnamese word for these traditional Asian hats Nonla is used to title this lovely three piece collection of pendants. The surface of the shade is powder-coated spun aluminum.  They [...]




 

 

Vietnamese hats are a cultural icon, in their white or beige silhouettes, shaped in either triangular, elongated triangular, or wide bell. A beautiful take on the Vietnamese word for these traditional Asian hats Nonla is used to title this lovely three piece collection of pendants. The surface of the shade is powder-coated spun aluminum.  They are hung by the soft touch of a CNC turned and routed American white oak top by which the white cord passes through to the ceiling. London designer Paul Crofts created them specifically for lighting up crepe cafe La Petite Bretagne and has recently put them into production for all of us to enjoy.


 

 

 
 
 

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