Moo is a full scale Norwegian moosehead lamp that can be wall-mounted both indoors and outdoors. The figuratively shaped body is made of a poly-resin material that ensures a smooth and transparent flow of light. Light bulbs fitted inside the horns add an additional glowing feature.
The inspiration behind Moo was found in the breathtaking scenery of Hamarøy (Norway), where both designers (Trond Svendgård & Ove Rogne) have summer houses. Moose (or elk) are frequently seen close by and the designers hope the lamp will stand out as a post-modern trophy that makes people smile. No rifle needed of course.
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