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Flos Skygarden S1 Pendant Light, Black

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Inspired by Victorian plaster ceiling ornaments, Dutch designer Marcel Wanders’ pendant lamp playfully suspends an illuminated “garden” overhead. A gracefully hanging hemisphere of aluminum alloy houses a surprise: a floral lining crafted from white-painted cast plaster with a blown opal glass and photo-etched steel diffuser. It makes a distinctive statement suspended over a dining or library table. Installation required. Made in Italy by Flos, a manufacturer which reproduces many of the iconic lighting designs in the MoMA collection. Wanders’ work has been featured in several of the Museum’s exhibitions, including Thresholds: Contemporary Design from the Netherlands (1996) and This Is for Everyone: Design Experiments for the Common Good (2015-6). Designed by Marcel Wanders for FLOS.

• Steel hanging wire.
• 157" transparent power cord (can be shortened during installation).
• UL certified.
• Requires one 100W T8 E26 base frosted halogen (included).
 
  • Designer
    Marcel Wanders
  • Size
    11h x 23.6"diam.
  • Materials
    Plaster, Glass, Stainess Steel
  • Year of Design
    2007
  • Origin
    Italy
Flos Skygarden S1 Pendant Light, Black

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