Macrame pendant lights – three collections by Sarah Parkes

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The Australian designer Sarah Parkes has realized three collections of pendant lights under the name of Mini Knotted Egg Light, Knotted Industrial Pendant and Knotted Tube pendant. All pendants are hand woven from nylon rope and require many hours of work for a macrame artist. To realize these unique lighting fixtures, traditional artisan techniques are used. Moreover, Sarah Parkes is well known in the design industry as an expert in handicraft technique – macrame.

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Her achievements by using this technique are commonly found in various areas of Melbourne and beyond. Depending on how dense is the braid the lighting fixtures can have different textures and structures. Available in several colors, these pendants are versatile and suitable for a wide range of interior spaces.

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