NL 12 Pendant – NEW FALL 2022
Designed to light a large dining room table, cleverly fitted in a trompe l’oeil style, this luminaire is composed of twelve glass tubes, only one of which, operating like a power station, is the source of light, the other tubes relaying its diffusion by refraction and prism. No visible wires, no visible LEDs, no visible aluminium structure: NL 12 thus evokes a celestial beam that is both radical and poetic.
To forge his aesthetic signature, Sebastian Summa has imagined, in order to suspend it from the ceiling, a pair of gallows-like brackets, calculated to perfectly balance the beam of tubes. This fixed equipment adds a post-industrial athletic touch to the whole, and is an obviously artisanal tour de force.
This hanging lamp is at least 4.2 feet long and weighs 15.2 lbs. It is made up of twelve non-fixed glass tubes that can be positioned by sliding them around as required to create offsets or, on the contrary, by aligning them perfectly with each other. The hanging structure is available in a black finish (27.5″ high brackets). NL12 is equipped with an integrated LED light source (2700K).
|Material:||Aluminium, Glass and Acrylic|
|Finish:||White and black|
|Dimensions:||10.2 H x 51.2 L x 5.31 W|
|Cord Length:||118” Cable|