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Or­ganic ma­te­ri­als in­form light­ing com­pany Feliix’s latest col­lec­tion. Molded into space-age sil­hou­ettes, the table­top and sus­pended fix­tures find much in com­mon with un­der­wa­ter in­hab­i­tants. For the Coral Reef lamp, a sleek bea­con that de­rives its de­sign from the jagged crop­ping of rock and coral, the de­sign team col­lab­o­rated with Tai­wan’s Na­tional Mu­seum of Marine Bi­ol­ogy & Aquar­ium to evoke the feel­ing of light re­fract­ing un­der­neath wa­ter. The jel­ly­fish served as in­spi­ra­tion for the Aure­lia, its trans­par­ent dou­ble acrylic shades mim­ick­ing the sea crea­ture’s rounded form.

Feliix touched on or­ganic forms be­yond the sea in du­pli­cat­ing nat­u­ral-grow­ing crys­tals with the Crys­tal Lamp, a com­plex, ma­noeu­vrable, multi-unit light that de­liv­ers a sub­tle glow through its dif­fuser. Con­nected by mag­net, users can ad­just and mold the piece to the shape of their lik­ing.

Top: Aure­lia sus­pended and ta­ble lamps; From left: Coral Reef Lamp; Crys­tal light; Feliix is lo­cated at 3/F Green­belt 5. www.feliix.com.

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