British designer Jasper Morrison, whose work is represented in MoMA’s collection, is known for translating the beauty of his everyday surroundings into his work. His pendant light is named for the Smithfield Market in London, where he found inspiration in the industrial light fixtures. Offering direct light from its simple aluminum shade, the design is right at home in a dining room, office, or library. The design is hung by a steel cable from a steel ceiling attachment. Made in Italy by Flos, a manufacturer which reproduces many of the iconic lighting designs in the MoMA collection. Installation required. Designed by Jasper Morrison for FLOS.
London-born Jasper Morrison is a designer with international credentials. He studied at Kingston Polytechnic, London’s Royal College of Art, and HDK in Berlin and has design offices in both London and Paris. In 1995, his firm landed the design contract for the new Hannover Tram, a massive light rail project. Their work on the Tram earned an IF Transportation Design Prize and the Ecology award. Morrison also garnered the distinction of Royal Designer for Industry and has worked with a wide range of clients including Flos, Vitra, and Muji. Morrison’s work has been included in three of the Museum’s exhibitions, including Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design (1995).
• 98.45" double-insulated electrical cord (length can be shortened during installation).
• UL certified.
•2700K, LED included.
Size8.5h x 23"diam.
Year of Design2009
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