Anemona Brings Glowing Sealife To Any Room

Exhibited at the SaloneSatellite in Moscow, Anemona positions itself uniquely on any surface, making it infinitely configurable. Designed by Igor Pinigan, the lamp uses heavy glass balls in the bottom to stabilize it at any angle without affecting the light.  No word on how the sculpture is powered, but I’m hoping it’s kinetic based and you have to punch the thing like a blow-up clown to keep it going.

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Designer: Igor Pinigin


  • Devin says:

    Very cool! I like the organic nature of the object, and how it can take on a new dynamic look every time its position is adjusted. Great work.

  • Phil_+ says:

    i want one!

  • Eric says:

    Cute, I like…

  • nishita gill says:

    how about putting magnets instead of balls? you can attach it to the fan &/ or other metallic objects around the room…………

    or get your wrist-watch next to it & chase it 😀

    seriously though, love the concept but i want to take ambient lighting a step further- coz they’re too specific to a mood. Imagine walking into a room with this light, day after day after day after night after night. it gets a tad bit boring… & they arent really priced that low to be replaced so often either 😛

  • KwangErn says:

    Hm, it’d be more impressive if its concept is combined with lava lamp. 😉

  • bep says:

    aaaahhhh, again, a concept that is photoshoped/ rendered like crazy…

    I wanna know where the cord goes, is it induction??

  • Sarah says:

    Beautiful drop light color…amazing..I love it!

  • Tom+ says:

    I this it’s a beautiful lamp… is a tipical Philippe Stark Form.. 😉

  • Fabiola says:

    damnn i want them! some1 has to sell it!

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