Gallery: MOSO BAMBOO PENDANT LAMP by Brian Schmitt


A variety of environmentally-friendly pendant lights lit up the HauteGREEN exhibition last month in New York, but none of them more exquisitely displays our love for bamboo than the Moso Pendant by designer Brian Schmitt. Made almost entirely of bamboo and only three components (shade panels, bamboo frame, and cord set), the Moso Pendant can be flat packed and shipped to your preferred destination and be assembled without the use of any fasteners or glue. How cool is that?

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  1. visakh viswam March 7, 2015 at 5:47 pm
    great the way he has used Bamboo to make a very modern looking lamp

  2. Beuner September 26, 2010 at 6:20 am

    We are bamboo veneer expert.

    We could supply total bamboo veneer solution for your art design.

  3. frankchou August 19, 2008 at 3:12 am

    Hi Bijey,

    we are manufacturer for LED spotlight;LED bulb lamp etc.,
    If you are interested in them ,please visit


    Frank Chou

  4. geoffrey June 15, 2008 at 10:08 am

    Dear Mr. Schmitt, The lighting is real attractive using bamboo veneer. We are the manufacturer of bamboo veneer in China, named DMVP Timber Bamboo. You can search our company at
    About the material you used, where do you get them? If you need bamboo veneer in large quantity, please feel free to contact me.

    Dear Bijey Narayan, Glad to learn that you are interested in the bamboo veneer. We are the pofessional manufacturer of bamboo veneer, at 1,000,000m2 annual. If you want to need some sample to test firslty, please contact me.

  5. PadStyle | Modern Furni... June 28, 2007 at 1:54 pm

    […] LIKE MINI SKYSCRAPERS (or stacks of dna electrophoresis, depending on whom you ask), the Moso Pendant is an elegant piece whose vertical grain veneer naturally invites the eye to scan along its height. An eco-friendly piece with a bamboo frame, bamboo veneer and finished with low V.O.C. oils, designer Brian Schmitt (he brought us yesterday’s Mobiles) even purchases renewable energy credits (a nice alternative to carbon emissions trading) to offset the electricity used to construct each lamp. Not quite available yet as production is slated to begin sometime this summer. Via: Inhabitat […]

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