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Lotus pendant light by Studiomold

Studiomold was founded by Brendan Young and Vanessa Battaglia in 2003. Since the outset the studio's inventive approach has achieved international recognition, working on projects for both local and international clients.


Brendan & Vanessa
Originally trained in industrial product design, Young and Battaglia have expanded their portfolio to include interiors, gardens and graphics as well as home accessories and ceramics for clients including Next Home and John Lewis (how pretty is this Lotus candle holder they designed for John Lewis?!).

Lotus candle holder for John Lewis

Heralded as one of the top 10 design studios of the future at 100% Design London's 10th anniversary, Studiomold has won a host of awards and attained a reputation for creative vision through a presence in many exhibitions worldwide including New York, Milan, Tokyo, Paris and London. Their work has also been published in books, most leading design magazines, and selected for prestigious shows and collections such as the V&A and the MOMA.



Our favourite design is the Lotus lampshade in black here or cream here, which was shortlisted for the Elle Decoration Awards.


The Lotus folding lampshade is made from one sheet of fabric and was inspired by the Japanese art of origami, the shade forms and supports its own shape without the need for a rigid support frame.
The other very noticeable and striking lighting design is the Spaghetti Princess Chandelierin black here)
Spaghetti Princess Chandelier by Brendan Young













Designed by Brendan Young, the inspiration for the Spaghetti Princess Chandelier came from the beautiful chandeliers of the 17th century. Young tried to capture an essence of their silhouette and continuous movement using the electric flex itself. By drooping and looping the cables through a transparent disc of plexiglas the cables themselves give it form.



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