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Oak pendant light

Melbourne designer Ross Gardam, who’s shown his skill at working with oak on past table and chair pieces, applies these skills to his Oak timber pendant light. The light shade is a solid dome handcrafted and defined by the grain of the oak selected. The bulb is tucked up in the canopy and the light gives off a rich, warm glow from the surrounding wood. A hole at the top of the shade allows a variety of hanging options, as the cord can wrap through and around the hole detail. When gathered in clusters, Oak resembles bird nests swinging in the air. The light is available in one size and three finishes: natural, black and lime.

Ross Gardam
+61 3 9329 4145

1300 306 960



Published online: 1 Dec 2012


Artichoke, December 2012

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