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Juicy pendant lamp

By Lightyears


  • Description

    The Juicy pendant is logical, simple and functional. The various parts of the lamp; the wire, cone and shade come together seamlessly which makes the pendant seem like an organic whole. The light is warm and concentrated, but never dazzles the beholder, regardless of the angle from which you view it. Juicy's glossy surface is broken elegantly by a shining ring where the cone turns into the shade. The shining ring serves several purposes: Partly it emphasises the part where the lamp is separated for change of light source, and partly it emits a discrete light which elegantly illuminates the surface of the pendant. In strong daylight it can often be difficult to see whether a lamp is on or off. The shining ring helps determine that.

    Towards the bottom Juicy is finished off with a honeycomb-filter, which effectively concentrates the light while preventing dazzling at the same time. It softens the light and contributes to the experience of a warm and friendly light - regardless of whether you use traditional low-energy light sources or the latest LED alternatives. Quite specifically, Juicy is created to utilise the light source technology of the future in the best way possible.

  • Technical Info

    Juicy predominantly consists of metal and as a result is both practical and sturdy. The shining polycarbonate ring emphasises the transition from cone to shade. The cone is made from diecast zinc alloy, while the shade is made from drawn aluminium. The parts are painted with either black or white full-gloss lacquer. The light source is easily replaced by separating the shade and the cone, which are joined in a 3-point bayonet socket at the shining ring. Juicy emits a powerful and focused downward light. The light is reflected from the inside of the shade down through the finalising honeycomb-filter, which joins and softens the light. The result is ample and pleasant light without a hint of dazzling.

    Ø 43.5 x H:44cm

    Surface: White or Black high gloss lacquer
    Materials: Drawn aluminium, diecast zinc alloy, polycarbonate honeycomb diffuser
    Suspension: White/Black cord 2x0.75 mm2 (cord length: 300cm)
    Canopy: White/Black
    Light source: E27 max 30W (energy saver)
    Weight:2,1 kg
    Class: IP20, (F), class of insulation II

  • Designer
    Kasper Salto

    Kasper Salto (1967) - the designer of the Ice™ Series, Little Friend™ and NAP™ - was trained as a cabinetmaker with Jørgen Wolff. He graduated in 1994 as a designer from the Danish Design School. During his studies Salto spent a term at the Art Center in Switzerland. From 1996-1997 Salto Lectured at the Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen and was also appointed a member of S.E. (The Cabinetmakers' Autumn Exhibition). In 1997 Kasper Salto became an exhibiting architect for S.E. at the Museum of Applied Art in Copenhagen.
    In Kasper Salto's work the Danish tradition of furniture design is continued in a well-balanced combination with international industrial design. Salto's main source of inspiration is nature's superior way of designing and colouring. In spite of his young age, Kasper Salto has already received several design awards for his works such as the Danish Knud V. Engelhardt's memorial award, The Danish Arts Foundation in the category of Crafts & Design & the Finn Juhl Prize.
    For Fritz Hansen, Kasper Salto has designed the Ice™ Series including tables, side chairs, two different bar chairs, Little Friend™ - a small multifunctional table and NAP™ - a series of light stacking chairs.
    If people who sit in the chair notice they have been sitting comfortably, I think I've succeeded. Say's Salto

    Thomas Sigsgaard

    Thomas Sigsgaard was born in Copenhagen (Denmark) on July 20, 1966. Graduated from The Royal Academy of fine arts in 1995. Employed at PLH architects from 1995 – 1998, and Vilhelm Lauritzen architects from 1998 – 2001. Own office; Over vandet Architects from 2001, mainly designing single family houses, extensions and summerhouses for private clients. Teaching at DIS (Danish International Study program), architecture and design program, from 2001 – 2006. Since 2003 Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard (Salto & Sigsgaard) have worked together, from their studio in Copenhagen, and their first design, the Nosy lamp was exposed in 2008. Summer 2006 they have moved their studio to a new location in the middle of Copenhagen. They work for Lightyears, Nemo Cassina and Onecollection.

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    3-4 weeks
    Made to order item

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