&tradition - Copenhagen Pendant Large
&tradition, Copenhagen Pendant SC8, Matte White
&tradition - Copenhagen Pendant Large
&tradition, Copenhagen Pendant SC8,

&tradition

Copenhagen Pendant SC8

Sale price$1,050.00
SKU: AT-20951330
Color:Matte White
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Designer: Space Copenhagen

Design Year: 2014

Space Copenhagen’s ambition was to design a lamp with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic. The Copenhagen Collection is an exercise in contrasts. Combining the classic and the modern, the maritime and the industrial. The series started with one pendant in three sizes in 2014 and was extended in 2018 with two table lamps, one wall lamp and one floor lamp. 

Placed in an office space or over a dining table, the Copenhagen pendant lamp provides instant ambience with elegance. 

Description: Pendant lamp providing upward and downward light. To be hard wired with canopy into the ceiling. 

Production Process: The shade is made from a single piece of metal spun into shape then matte lacquered. The suspension is made from milled and laser cut bronzed brass or steel which undergoes a special plating process to produce the desired matt finish to complement the shade.

Materials: Lacquered aluminum shade, bronzed brass or plated steel bracket, 19' black textile cord with wire.

Product Dimensions: 23.6"Ø x 20.7"H

Product Weight: 10 pounds.

Packaging Dimensions & Weight: 26.4"L x 26.4"W x 25.1"H; 13.5 pounds.

Light Source: Bulb: E26 150 watt max. Bulb not included.

Cord: 19' black fabric cord.

Canopy: 5.5"Ø black or white PVC.

Certification: IP20. UL listed upon request. 

Environment: For indoor use only.

Care Instructions: Dust with soft dry cloth or wipe with damp cloth using water only and drying thoroughly. Always switch off electricity supply before cleaning. 

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&tradition

&tradition is an exciting Danish design company established in 2010 whose founding principle is to tie Nordic tradition to innovation. Their unique library of furniture and lighting spans from the 1930s to the present day and includes works by internationally renowned designers.