Created by brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, designers represented in MoMA’s collection, the AIM ceiling light set is a design distilled to its most basic—and beautiful—essence. The innovative array of three pendants is constructed from varnished aluminum with photo-etched shades and reflectors. The cable can be adjusted to allow the pendant heads to distribute light in any direction. Installation required. Made in Italy by Flos, a manufacturer which reproduces many of the iconic lighting designs in the MoMA collection. Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for FLOS.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are brothers and designers based in Paris who have been working together since the mid-90s. Their work consists of a wide range of designs, including furniture, home accents and tech. The earliest design by Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec in MoMA’s collection, the Square Vase, was created in 1999. Since then, several designs by the brothers have been added to the collection, and the MoMA Design Store regularly seeks out the latest examples of their designs, such as the Belleville Chair, a piece that manifests their core attributes of minimalism paired with elegance.
• The cable has a total length of 29.5’, allowing the lamp to be suspended up to 9’ from the ceiling.
• Hardwired: Connects to wall-switch by hardwiring to a 120V junction box (no additional LED driver is required).
• UL certified.
• Requires 3 LED 2700K 1250lm CRI 90 - 20W (included).
DesignerRonan and Erwan Bouroullec
Size9.6h x 8.3"diam.
Year of Design2013
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