SEAM is a family of suspended porcelain luminaires showing the imperfection of the production process as a detail which adds character to the otherwise minimal expression. The translucency of unglazed porcelain allows the light to glow subtly through the shade.

The collection, designed by Seppe van Heusden, contains three sizes of shades and several variants. In the floor, table, and wall configurations the cable goes through a steel frame, holding the porcelain shade up naturally, giving a sense of lightness, balance, and calmness. The position of the light can be adjusted freely by moving the cable through the frame.