Design Crush #4: Bramah Pendant Light by Michael Young for EoQ

I’ve never really been into copper as a material until recently. I think subconsciously I associate it too closely with brass, which was heavily prevalent in my parent’s house when I was growing up in the form of horseshoes pinned to the fireplace wall *shudders*.

Anyway, copper, like brass, is having a revival it seems and is popping up everywhere to do with interiors in 2013, so this beautiful Bramah Pendant Light by Michael Young for EOQ in a copper finish is bang on-trend.

 

Bramah Pendant Light by Michael Young for EOQ

Bramah Pendant Michael Young Copper

The Bramah light (so called after Joseph Bramah who pioneered the aluminium extraction process) is made up of a number of fins that help to shape and distribute the light. The fins replicate the folds that one would find in a traditional material pendant light and throw out beautiful shapes, like the ones below. I can just imagine this light casting wonderful shadows on across the staircase in my hallway.

Bramah Pendant Light by Michael Young for EOQ


Bramah Pendant Light by Michael Young

The lights will be available in the next two weeks from Heals and will retail at £145 for the small pendant and £750 for the large.

Image sources: Michael Young and Design Junction.

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