Pendant lamps are always at the front of a form vs. function debate. Not only do you need it to see (in the dark, duh), but it can be a great way of adding an accent to a room, particularly to open space concepts that are so en vogue. On the search of finding a solution there will be always be some run of the mill developer/Home Depot type options taking up space on your option plate. Here’s a few shapes that can inspire you to think with a bit fun when considering some pendant lighting for your space
The Raimond pendant lamp from the manufacturer Moooi was designed in cooperation with Designbüro OX-ID. Raimond is available in different sizes with a diameter of 43.61 or 89 cm. While the Raimond R43 lamp (ø 43 cm) manages with 92 LED‘s, the Raimond R61 lamp (ø 61 cm) has 162 LED’s and the Raimond R89 (ø 89 cm) possesses even more than 250 LED’s.
Designer Antoni Arola,
Born out of recycling and the unpredictable. Designer Antoni Arola had collected some tossed out sheets of veneer from the street and lived at least a year with the pieces in various corners of his studio. He resisted throwing them out, being attracted to the material. Finally, forced to clean up after experimenting unsuccessfully, Arola found them in bulges in his arms on his way to the trash bin and realized in that marvelous moment, out of chaos and fumbling, that the Leonardo was created.