Lighting: Copper Pendant Lamp by

Issue 1 · A Clean Slate · January 2, 2012

Lighting: Copper Pendant Lamp

Issue 1 · A Clean Slate · January 2, 2012

We're admiring these polished copper pendant lamps, designed by Kate Stokes of Coco Flip in Melbourne, Australia. Stokes was inspired by that time-honored device, the tin-can telephone; the lines at the base of the pendant refer to the grooves on a can. Stokes' design philosophy? Lagom, a Swedish word that means "not too much, not too little."

Copper pendant lamp in the kitchen

Above: A trio of Mr. Cooper pendants; image via Coco Flip.

Mr. Cooper Pendant

Above: Mr. Cooper Pendant; $840 from Merchant No. 4.

Mr. Copper Pendant Lamp in a studio

Above: The lamp is made from spun copper and is detailed with grooves. Image via Merchant No. 4.

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