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Phasmida by Christopher Boots

Christopher Boots is a Melbourne-based Industrial Designer. His hand-made work Phasmida is inspired by the Phasmatodea an order of insects — known as stick insects. The word Phasmida itself, comes from the Ancient Greek φάσμα 'phasma' meaning phantom or apparition. Phasmida draws inspiration from both to create a highly versatile branching pendant.

Key Features
  • Brass, copper, borosilicate glass
  • E27 LED banana globe. Options available
  • Customisable finishes available
  • Available from 1500mm x 1200mm x 1000mm
  • Dimming integrated
Scope of Use
  • Residential
  • Retail and offices
  • Hotels  
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Public buildings
Limitations on Use
  • Not suitable for exterior use
Statement of Building Code Compliance
  • Please request SDOC
In-Service History
  • Used in the fit out of Agrarian Kitchen, Tasmania. Click here for more
Other Performance Attributes
  • 5 year warranty
Other Literature
Case Study: Agrarian Kitchen

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