With its bold approach to design, the NL12 features no visible wires, and no visible LEDs, leading to a piece rich with elegance and distinctive character. Fusing glass tubes with simple metal rings, the NL12 emits a glow from deep within its core, flowing out from the central glass tube to the other ones around it.
Described as both radical and poetic, the lamp carries DCW Editions’ trademark utilitarian aesthetic, making it well suited for a wide range of contemporary spaces, with the esteemed French design house evocatively citing the lamp as being “illuminated like an electro-constructivist Kraftwerk clip”.
The German-born designer Sebastian Summa is one of the leading lights in modern furniture design.
From an initial background in blacksmithing, Summa has developed into a multi-disciplinary designer who has produced several iconic pieces from his studio in Berlin. Inspired by science fiction and astronomy, Summa is best known for his work with DCW Editions.