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15 de Feb, 2017

Distinction and character

Savoy House Geometric shapes

Geometric shapes

Geometric shapes and industrial look,
distinction and character


It was a growing trend gaining strength, but today geometry or geometric figures have become almost an indispensable shape in interior decoration adapted to various elements. We can see it in furniture, textiles, and as in this case, in the lightings, giving the environment certain air of minimalism, simplicity and elegance altogether, basic premises in the interior design.

The geometric shapes used in the lighting bring personality and an air of modernity that will make the stay look 'trendy'. If we add to this the industrial look trend to the whole space, the combination will be perfect, both trends co-existing in harmony, re-creating a large visual space, where the importance lies in the detail.

The geometric shapes united with the materials used on an industrial decoration such as black and white objects, made in metal, with worn appearance, oxidized and of straight forms, offer an original and modern solution.

The new collections of Savoy House seek to achieve this harmony to be perfect as a decorative accessory in modern environments but retro at the same time, with a certain industrial touch. In addition, geometric designs of lamps and the mixing of various materials such as polished nickel and glass make them highly topical.

Bonn collection
Bring an edgy and angular lighting look into your home with this straight shaped collection. It has a streamlined, geometric style and features orb-shaped shades of clear glass. Finished in polished nickel.


Austen colection
The Savoy House Austen pendant collection draws style inspiration from the idea of a faceted jewel, then adds a cool industrial twist with thin framing and large glass panels. Finished in English bronze.

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