Australian Lighting Designer Leading Internationally

Viore Design is an award-winning Australian Lighting Design Business that has previously won best new product at the prestigious Paris trade show, Maison & Objet.

Paul Mulhearn is the founding Director and Designer at Viore Design and his passion for creating cutting edge lighting designs and setting trends rather than following them is evident in his work.

When Paul started working with concrete as a medium for a range of pendant lights, there was no one else in the lighting industry doing anything like it.

As soon as the range was launched, they began selling rapidly, gaining popularity both in Australia and overseas and it’s really not hard to see why the Viore concrete pendant lights have been such a huge success.  The clean shapes, with shades of warm and cool grey in the natural concrete exterior, are highlighted with polished chrome and silver anodized interior. They make a subtle and clever statement that fits comfortably in a wide range of interiors.

Viore concrete pendants work seamlessly in the current Nordic and industrial-style trends whether in residential or commercial settings. However, they have a much broader application and are found in wide variety of contemporary living areas, hallways, kitchens and dining rooms.

Pendant lights, in their own right, have become increasingly popular in unexpected areas of the home, including the bedroom and the bathroom.  They are an obvious option for spaces with high ceilings.  Clusters of different sized pendants are becoming more common along with uniform rows of illumination over kitchen islands and dining room tables.

The Finer Details:

Concrete Pendant Light 
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Viore’s concrete pendant lights feature a beautifully textured cast concrete exterior with anodised silver interior and polished chrome details. Each pendant comes with an adjustable grey textile cable.

Viore has released four different concrete pendants in this particular series. There’s a small, medium and large concrete pendant light plus a conical-shaped pendant light.

Article by Katie Preston Toepfer:

Katie is an author, writer and content coordinator at GoLights.com.au. GoLights is an online retail destination offering premium lighting solutions for both residential and commercial applications.