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Originating in Israel but with showrooms worldwide, this unusual lighting stores aims to brighten up serene, natural spaces with conceptual pieces inspired by the ocean. By gathering crushed silk over a simple wire frame, for example, designer Ayala Sefarty can invoke an underwater world, albeit one lit by a fluorescent bulb. Wall-mounted versions cling to surfaces like sea anemones; hanging fixtures, such as the dramatic Sunsa Mobile, sway gently when touched as if effected by invisible currents. While the focus is on lighting, there are also a few conceptual furniture pieces, like the Satala Hammock, which resembles a giant seed pod, and the Anana Pouf, a mound of conjoined, cotton-velvet pouches.
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