Ceiling Lamp Zome

948,00 €

Jaanus Orgusaar


When the craftsmanship meets the advanced technology, it gives us amazing objects. This suspension is one of them. Imagined and made in Estonia by a team full of talent !

Quantity :

Dimensions :

Size S : Height 65 cm, diameter 96 cm (Weight 2 kg)

Size M : Height 70 cm, diameter 110 cm (Weight 2.5 kg)

Materials : high density birch plywood (thickness 1.5 mm)

Colors : light wood

Information : easy assembly and installation - Bulb E27 included, Max 70 wT, white textile cable 1.5 m. about.

- Customer can pay with the following debit/credit cards : Visa/ Blue Card/ Master Card/ Paypal.

- Secure payment platform by CREDIT MUTUEL.

- SSL Security.

FREE SHIPPING to France from 80€.

- STANDARD SHIPMENTS in France with Colissimo (2-3 days) : 6,5 €

- INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS (EUROPE) with colissimo : 15 €

- Easy Returns.

History of the product

Freely inspired by the bulbs of the steeples of Slavic churches, this original suspension will amaze you with its breathtaking design! Consisting of several tens of layers of ultra-resistant birch plywood, linked together by small hooks, this trellis is articulated to give birth to a design shade breathtaking.

Available in two sizes, let yourself be seduced by this suspension of a new kind and soft light. Installed above a coffee table or in your kitchen, it will bring by its form a vintage spirit and unique decor! And all this handmade !

The designer

An architect by training, Jaanus ORGUSAAR, born in 1971, wanted to settle in his country of origin, Estonia, in order to install his Design studio. He was inspired by geometric constructions, fashion, photography and fine materials. He naturally embarked on the production of technical and aesthetic furniture that transpired his university education.

Complexly designed shapes, Finnish birch wood and plywood, lightweight and robust structures - this is the world of this designer who does not have the pen in his pocket! A discovery that has been awarded several times and exhibited throughout Europe, as recently as on the occasion of the European Days at the Estonian Embassy in Paris. These learned achievements have received many prizes of Design and Architecture over the last ten years.

Accept Site use cookies