This beautiful lighting fixture was designed by Ian Cameron of Cameron Design House located in North West London UK. Using a combination of man-made and natural materials, the studio produces contemporary designs that are unique and that are maintaining a strong sculptural aesthetic. The first product it’s named Hanko Large and it’s composed of 80 individually cut plywood pieces that are held together by an acrylic suspension frame. It needs 3 ceiling mounted steel cables to be held because it measures 67 cm in diameter, so it’s quite big. If you look at the pictures and you are thinking of how this fixture is powered, it is easy, through the suspension cables and it uses no more than 12 circular LED lights. The second, round shaped black fixture that you see in the photos is named Imatra and it’s made of four sets of hemispheres. Lahti, the most elegant of all, is a dazzling fixture for rooms where you need a lot of light. The last lighting fixture presented by us is Tomio, made by layering 16 square metres of wool around a circular aluminium frame. If you take a closer look you will see that all of them have some things in common: round shaped, they use LED lights, they are suspended on 3 cables and all of them create dazzling visual effects.