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Some of the new lighting designs from COZOCOZO is inspired by...

Some of the new lighting designs from COZO

COZO is inspired by the intersection of science, technology, art and design.

Located in the heart of San Francisco, COZO takes our passion for form and expands it into thought provoking lighting pieces for the home with the desire to bring geometry into the hearts of people all over the world.Get in touch! You can email us at We would love to talk to you!

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