Slovakian designer Boris Klimek has designed the Memory project, a quirky collection of opal glass ceiling and wall lights for contemporary lighting firm Brokis.
The collection of ceiling and wall lights called Memory is inspired by memories of the designers childhood.
A hanging cord is used for switching the lights on or off. The collection includes three different types, sizes and comes in a range of colours for your interiors allowing free passage of play, imagination and to create different lighting atmospheres.
The contemporary lights would look great in any contemporary property. For other contemporary lighting ideas check out our top 10 lighting ideas feature.
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