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The latest lights from BUZAO are now available at Remodern

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BUZAO is renowned for exploring materials in its lighting collection, producing simple geometric forms that showcase the inherent beauty of lava stone and marble. The studio has also explored form in its newest range of lights, creating shades that have more sculptural impact while still being based on clear and simple geometries.

U2 Pendant

Bentu has reinterpreted its popular U Pendant with a new iteration, aptly named the U2 Pendant. The new light has larger proportions than the classic shade, while maintaining its simple form and geometry, like an upside-down U. The U2 Pendant has also been crafted in new materials, with white and black marble – Venato Carrara and Black Marquina – added to the collection alongside lava stone.

In Pendant

The In Pendant has a similar form to the U2 Pendant, but with an angled peak at the top of the cylindrical shade. The marble and lava lights are expertly crafted and exquisitely finished, and the light glowing through the natural veins of the white marble has a beautiful ethereal effect.

Oops Pendant


The Oops Pendant is a playful and sculptural composition of stacked spheres. The spheres – available with two or three – are machined from a single piece of lava stone and culminate with a circular bulb. The abacus-like formation has visual impact when the pendants are suspended alone, in a linear formation or chandelier arrangement.

Circle Pendant


The Circle Pendant also has a sculptural form with bulging rings around a cylinder, evocative of three-dimensional ripples travelling along its surface. ⁠⁠The pendant is available with three or four ripples, each having a slightly different dimension, and it is made from lava stone, dramatic Black Marquita or elegant Venato Carrara marble.⁠

R Pendant


The R Pendant has a classic lamp-like form with a cylindrical stone body and traditional conical shade. The pendant is available in two sizes, and each pendant has a black aluminium shade with a lava stone or marble body. With highly refined detailing, the pairing is effortless, and the choice of lava stone, white marble or black marble offers a slightly different aesthetic while maintaining a strong look overall.

For more information about BUZAO lighting, get in touch with the team at Remodern.

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