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Design Sleuth: Knitted Wool Pendant Lights

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Design Sleuth: Knitted Wool Pendant Lights

May 6, 2015

Spotted (and admired): faceted, knitted wool pendant lights in a Berlin apartment. We went sleuthing for the source and discovered an under-the-radar design studio.

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Above: A Berlin apartment via Fantastic Frank.

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Above: From Berlin studio Llot Llov, the Ray Lamp is a “lying, hanging, or atmospheric lamp” made of knitted merino wool. 

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Above: The Ray Lamp in merino wool with steel cage in white. Contact Llot Llov directly for pricing information.

Interested in more oddball knitted projects? Go to DIY: Chunky Knitted Chair Throw and DIY: Pot Holders Knitted from Ocean-Tossed Twine.

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