The two lamps are made with artisanal hand blown glass parts from Europe and assembled in the Innermost factory in the UK.
September 17th, 2015
Top image: Lateralis by Ben McCarthy
Matrioshka, by Stone Designs, and Lateralis, by Ben McCarthy, are now ready to be delivered from the Innermost factory in the UK.
The lamps are made from hand blown glass parts from the Czech Republic, which arrived at the Innermost factory in Telford earlier this month to be assembled.
All the components in both lamps, however intricate, are designed with the end user in mind, and the products are assembled in Innermost’s own facilities to ensure that the resulting luminaires reflect the exacting standards of the brand.
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