Hydra pendant – Diesis
About the product: The Diesis Pendant collection by Melogranoblu lives with a simplicity dancing between design and applied art. Made with a Clear, Metallic or Frosted hand blown glass shade, the Diesis pendant reflects light in the room, creating suggestive scenographies. Each pendant is hanging from a metallic mesh cord (available in 13 colors) and a ceiling or floor fixing support
HYDRA is a modular lighting system for interiors created by Melogranoblu for easily designing and creating fascinating and articulated luminous compositions. Versatility, lightness, easy installation and freedom of design are its distinctive features. With Hydra it is possible to create countless light configurations suitable for all architectural interiors for residential and contract. This modular system gives you endless solutions for all types of space from staircase, to dining room, lobby, bedroom, room separation…
The in-house group of designers works in close synergy with the client to develop scenography compositions designed for the specific interior design project, starting from a concept and developing a detailed shop drawing complete with instructions for the installation.
For more information, please contact us and we can have our team working with our designer to design the lighting for your project.
|Finish:||Clear, frosted or metallic glass|
|Dimensions:||01: 12" x 7″ |
02 and 03: 10.2" x 7″
|Cord Length:||Customizable length|
|Light Source:||Optional Integrated LED|
|Lumens/CRI:||1100 Lm - 85 CRI|
Massimo Crema and Ermanno Rocchi
Conceived and founded in 1997 by Ermanno Rocchi and Massimo Crema, Melogranoblu is an Italian interior lighting company based in Bergamo. Over the years, the company has developed a wide range of solutions for interior lighting design, suitable for homes or offering more impressive installations for large architectural settings. Melogranoblu creations are veritable spectacles of light, focusing on the sensory and emotional effect of light through glass. Design projects in which all forms of glass are conceived and designed according to the effects they can generate through light.