by ZAHA HADID
Luma is a sculptural composition of tubular segments that elegantly transform into diamond-shaped luminaries that subtly diffuse light with their materiality. Each piece of glass has been hand-blown in Murano and pays homage to unrivalled logic and beauty found within the nature. The 2017 model, which debuted in 2014, is the product of ongoing work with Zaha Hadid’s team to achieve technical superiority and a more refined design that emits a softer glow.
W 500 x D 400 x H 1700 mm
Blown glass flower and stem, metal diffuser
FLOWER | Crystal | Smoky Grey
STEM | Crystal | Smoky Grey
DIFFUSER | Nickel
Zaha Hadid was the first woman to be awarded the distinguished Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004 and is internationally known for both her theoretical and academic work. Hadid’s remarkable style is characterised by fragmented geometry and bold, fluid forms. Hadid studio is currently working on a multitude of projects including the KAPSARC Research Centre in Riyadh, the Aquatics Centre for the London 2012 Olympic Games, the CMA CGM Head Office tower in Marseille, and urban masterplans in Cairo, Istanbul, China, Singapore, and the Middle East. In 2011 Zaha Hadid was featured in Newsweek Magazine’s ‘150 Women Who Shake the World.’