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Brief Published: 3 Aug 2012

Studio Klass' Petra Lamp


The Petra lamp by Studio Klass utilises the natural luminescent properties of limestone to create a sculptural yet functional lamp with an ambient glow.

The Italian design duo designed the lamp to be made from a single piece of limestone and were inspired by the great sand tombs in Jordan, which are carved directly into the rock face.

The main body houses the lamp’s light source while the upper piece reflects and shields creating a softer light. The upper section can be removed for a brighter light.

The lamp is made from local Leccese limestone, a material with a long tradition in architecture and is manufactured by fourth-generation family business Pimar.

Studio Klass