Viceversa, dreamlike and bright vertical gardens Lamps as dreamlike and bright vertical gardens. Suspension lamps designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Kundalini are scenes of greenery and light in constant change, that give movement and breath to diverse environments. So, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, who designed for Kundalini Peacock lamp in 2013, brings nature into the heart of the light. A simple rotation and the suspended lamp suddenly makes space for plant elements. By freely juxtaposing several lamps, available in the single or double version, dreamlike and bright vertical gardens take shape. Because light, according to Kundalini, is poetry and beauty, functionality and technique, simplicity and character. A universal language, a unique and versatile style, that draws on the past in an interpretation that is original and contemporary. Together with Viceversa, space and those who live there are reconnected with nature, which in the designer’s vision is memory, roots and dreams. The sculptural design of the coloured blown glass diffuser is enhanced by the painted metal structure. From domestic to contract, each project is consistent with the company’s identity. Key values: attention to quality, reliability and concreteness. Together with an out-of-the-box creativity that Kundalini shares with established designers as well as with emerging talents. Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance considers each project like an organic form that grows with its user. He does not limit himself in the projects that he develops, as ready to design objects for inspired lines for design manufacturers as to compose harmonious living areas as well as to define the image of a product or a showcase for a famous brand. He refers not only to the universal character of nature to impose forms that make sense but in addition states that the concept of total art is henceforth fundamental to contemporary creation.