It’s a sleek, simple dome on the outside; but inside the dome is a bas relief inspired by the ornate plaster ceiling in a house where the designer once lived.
The combination of contemporary and romantic makes it the ideal lamp for sophisticated-fusion and modern-with-a-whimsical-touch interiors.
Anchoring a loft in New York, USA
The Skygarden is great for high ceilings such as this open-plan loft because it doesn’t detract from the volume of the space, yet at the same time brings a soft, intimate glow where you need it.
In this sleek, modern dining room, with its mid-century chairs, the bas relief of the Skygarden adds a pretty flourish.
Because of its contrasting shell and interior detailing, the Skygarden pendant works really well in a space that has traditional mouldings but yet is decorated in a contemporary way.
Here’s another transitional space that benefits from the duality of the Skygarden’s design.
“Marcel Wanders’ whimsical, timeless style and my client’s Tibetan collection inspired our design and palette of black, white, yellow & brushed bronze. Marcel’s wallpaper, furniture & lighting are featured throughout, along with Patricia Arquiola’s embossed tiles and lighting by Tom Dixon and Roll&Hill,” writes this home’s designer.
Quirky in Moscow, Russia
With its statement-making feature wall, this apartment needs little embellishment in terms of decor. The Skygarden helps to demarcate and add some intimacy to the dining space in this open-plan living, dining and kitchen area.
Cosy-luxurious in Dublin, Ireland
The Skygarden ties together the classic Chesterfield sofa and wall mouldings emphasised by a romantic pairing of gold leaf and mint green with the contemporary coffee table and decor for that charming fusion look.
Fun with florals in Florida, USA
A bold floral wallpaper is subtly echoed by the floral bas relief of the Skygarden pendant in this funky, feminine bedroom.
In this sophisticated Scandi-style home, the intricate detailing of the Skygarden’s bas relief brings a sweet and delicate break to the clean lines.
Curves in Mexico
The Skygarden mimics the curves of the lounge chairs in this bedroom, and provides that floral view to the bed’s occupants when they look up the ceiling – just as Wanders intended.
Geometric progression in Spain
Clean lines, a sleek column in the middle of the space, and the polished industrial finishes are topped by a pair of bold white half-domed Skygardens.
Classical mouldings are mounted on the wall, and echoed by the bas relief inside the Skygarden pendants in this contemporary home.
When you have a million-dollar view of skyscrapers, of course you have to have a Skygarden!
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