Blog/Lava Stone Floor Lamp By David Pompa

Process image showing making of lava stone floor lamp.

The Ambra floor lamp is formed from volcanic ashes and lava.

 

Unveiled earlier this year during Milan Design Week, the Ambra floor lamp from David Pompa marries two materials as one. The subtle shape creates contrast and, at the same time, a perfect balance with the visual weight of the Cantera; an architectural material formed from volcanic ash. The collection now includes wall and table lamps.

ambra lava stone floor lamp with copper accent from david pompa

Ambra floor lamp, price upon request, David Pompa

 

Lava Stone in cantera rosa by David Pompa detail

Subtle shape creates contrast and, at the same time, a perfect balance with the visual weight of the Cantera.

 

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