Popper Pendant Lighting By Andre Hnatojko

As many of you know, much of a Modscape modular home consists of recycled, reconstituted and sustainably sourced materials that not only look good, but also promote healthy living environments and minimal environmental impact. So whenever we come across a product that embodies these features, we sit up and take notice . . .

The Popper Pendant light is one such product that fits our brief, and it gets an extra tick of approval for being designed and made by talented Melbourne designer André Hnatojko (who also happens to be one-third of local design collective Lab De Stu). André knows a thing or two about lighting design, having won the Fringe Furniture Festival 2011 and Inside Out’s Emerging Designer Award 2013, and exhibited at the London Design Festival alongside curator Suzanne Trocme.

Inspired by ‘party poppers’, each lamp is fabricated from 100% recyclable/recycled elements, using finishes that produce no offset gases when in use, thus contributing to a healthier interior environment. The Popper range consists of the original Popper lamp, as well as the Popper Tilt, Popper Mini and the recently released Polly Popper which won Best Lighting Design at the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2013. All Popper versions are now commercially available.

To the view the full range or make an enquiry, check out the Lab De Stu website.