Articolo Architectural Lighting add new light design to collection

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The melt wall sconce by Articolo Architectural Lighting.

The melt wall sconce by Articolo Architectural Lighting. Image: Courtesy of Articolo

Articolo Architectural Lighting has added a new light design to its collection.

The melt wall sconce is made from mouth-blown glass and has a soft, sculptural appearance that is designed to appear as a gently unfurling flower.

Australian designer Nicci Green founded Articolo in 2010, and its commitment to craftsmanship means Australian artisans make every element of Articolo’s designs.

The melt wall sconce’s organic, fluid form creates a warm patterned light, while its design resembles an elegant and rare flower.

For stockist information visit Articolo’s website.

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