Eclipse Minimalist Lighting from Lee Broom

Eclipse is a minimalist lighting collection created by London-based designer Lee Broom. One of four new lighting collections to be launched during Salone del Mobile (2018) in the new exhibition – OBSERVATORY (Repost).

Ninety-degree rotation of chrome and acrylic discs supported by a mirror-polished base angles light distribution and reveals numerous silhouettes.

Eclipse is available in polished chrome and polished gold as a single pendant light, tiered chandelier, and table lamp.

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