Freehand Design-Doodle is a Unique Pendant Handcrafted by Artisans

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Freehand Design-Doodle is a pendant lamp designed by Simone Micheli for the Italian brand Terzani.

We no longer march in a straight line. Our lives are dynamic, intertwining collections of relationships, experiences and journeys. Reflecting the fluidity of our generation, designer Simone Micheli has created a new, contemporary light. Like us, each Doodle is a unique pendant handcrafted by artisans to resemble a randomised path.

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To give us control over the journey we want to take, each LED bulb can be placed anywhere on the light, not only reflecting the choices we make in life, but giving Doodle a special flexibility.

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