A really design suspension inspired by the most iconic models of the Scandinavian work of the 30s. A successful interpretation for a realization become famous !
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Dimensions : H. 31.5 cm - ø25 cm
Materials : clear or tinted glass, brass steel, copper steel or painted steel
Colors : copper, translucent
Information : indoor luminaire - IP20 E14 Bulb not supplied - max 25 W - 220-240 V 50 Hz ø 45 Cable length: 3 m. Use a soft cloth and do not use abrasive products.
The designers of Studio Eno wanted to offer us a range of lighting designed in France with a Scandinavian zest of spirit, just to bring us a little fresh wind! It is for the less successful with this suspension brass "30s", which is reminiscent of the achievements of Paavo Tynel (1890-1973) that revolutionized furniture and Scandinavian lighting.
Available in different materials and colors, this design pendant light will bring a soft and elegant light, with this little more vintage that will make all the difference. A true concentrate of Design !
ENOstudio ("New Objects Edition") was born in France ten years ago, with the ambition of publishing everyday objects, furniture and quality lighting, with a perennial, simple and poetic design. The publishing house draws its inspiration from a dreamlike world and proposes a sensitive vision of design. At once sweet and pure, ENOstudio's aesthetic allows all the liberties to offer a certain vision of an uninhibited and curious art of living.
The choice of creators has always been a question of sensitivity, of common project construction, of desire to build a prospective and sensory collection. Thus a unary line connects each project and builds the ENOstudio collection around a world free of codes, and to express a simplicity imbued with both the influences of "the air of the times" and a form of classicism of the design. A form of synthesis between wisdom and optimism emerging currents, a quest for correctness of construction of the proposal, the correctness of the echo that is established between each creation and therefore between each designer, the accuracy of the emotion felt at the vision of the collection.