Industrial design


The Lily lamp’s inspiration is derived from the submerged aquatic landscapes and the flora found in those biomes. We imagined ourselves as underwater visitors looking upwards towards the sky; studying the sociographic patterns generated as the light rays interact with the water’s surface.

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HOK, formerly Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, is an American worldwide design, architecture, engineering and urban planning firm.

As of 2018, HOK is the largest U.S.-based architecture-engineering firm and the fourth-largest interior design firm. The firm maintains more than 1,700 professional staff across a global network of 24 offices and is active in all major architectural specialties. Its senior leaders are located in several different locations across the world.



In producing the Lily Lamp, we have attempted to recreate that refraction effect, creating a strong ambience, reminiscent of the underwater world, with a design shaped as a typical underwater flower: seemingly weightless, delicate and elegant.