Organic shape: Pascale Girardin’s ‘Love Me Not’ pendant for Juniper

The pendant’s organic shape is crafted from five layers of hand-formed, porcelain-finish acrylic, so no two fixtures are identical.

Brooklyn-based design studio Juniper worked with artist Pascale Girardin to develop the “Love Me Not” pendant.

Suspended individually or in a cluster, the pendant’s organic shape is crafted from five layers of hand-formed, porcelain-finish acrylic, so no two fixtures are identical. The porcelain-finish acrylic was developed by German manufacturer Evonik.

This pendant reportedly draws its design inspiration from childhood memories of picking petals off of daisies.

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