A while ago BRABBU visited Wat Arun, a budhist temple in Thailand. When the first light in the morning hits the temple, Wat Arun reflected it in a pearly iridescent way. Watching this is one of a lifetime experience. To perpetuate it, BRABBU designed a contemporary lighting piece named ARUNA. A gold plated wall light, ARUNA has the same name of the Hindu god that inspired the Wat Arun temple. ARUNA, the god and Wat Arun, the temple embody the concepts of new light, new day and a new opportunity to live. These concepts were as well engraved in this BRABBU's contemporary lighting piece to remind that each new day is a gift to be seized. ARUNA Wall Light is after all a metaphor for the rising sun.
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