Nelson Bubble lamps
Resembling small, ribbed clouds, the Nelson Bubble lamps by Hay float underneath the ceiling, giving off their soft, glare-free light. The matt white “cocoons”, which are available in various sizes and shapes and look particularly pretty when combined, were designed in 1947 by George Nelson. The US American architect and designer was inspired by Swedish pendant luminaires and his Bubble lamps are still manufactured by the same factory as in the 1950s. Anyone who wants to see for themselves how soft the light shines through the semi-transparent polymer stretching across a steel wire frame should head to Lucerne and look into the Wohnidee shop window. For a little gentle “enlightenment” in the dark season of the year.