Tim Rundle is a London based industrial designer hailing from New Zealand. With experience across furniture, lighting, consumer products, technology and transport, his work has grown to focus on the design of products that exist at the intersection between architecture and its inhabitants. His approach is driven by a fascination for the relationship people build with the objects and spaces that surround them.
His Bloom pendant and table light are made of glass and steel. The design features a perforated mesh core to filter the indirect light, projecting a soft texture onto the blown glass diffuser. The white version, with clear frosted glass and nickel plating adds warmth to a space, while the black version emits a more atmospheric light, with black nickel plating and smoked glass. The Bloom Pendants’ super-elliptical form is inspired by the gentle dynamic flow of paper lanterns.