Faaro

 
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"Into the depths of sea I slipped only to find the eternal tinder of your watchful flames burn steadfast, a bastion. Even now, from that unpaved foothold at the world’s edge in that precarious crevice tightly bound both by memory and the uncanny, I feel your glow."

Faaro is an artisan-crafted table lamp inspired by and named after the fire and glow of a lighthouse (from Spanish faro).  It features a mouth-blown glass shade with a wood-grain-like texture created from the mold process which subtly obscures a glowing filament bulb. The glass sits atop a solid cast concrete base, separated by a mirror-polished plate which transitions the two materials together. The three elements of Faaro were developed with three different artisans, each one hand-picked for their mastery of a particular material. The result of this iterative development and collaboration is a uniquely hand-formed, but simultaneously precise design.


FINISHES

GLASS: Clear, Smoke, Opaque White

METAL: Polished Copper, Polished Nickel

CAST CONCRETE: Black, Grey, White