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Caravaggio pendant lamp

By Fritz Hansen Lighting


  • Description

    Creating a simple, soft design for small and large pendants was the main idea behind the Caravaggio series. The curves passed through a number of shapes during the design process, but the final version captures a feminine form.

    The shade is made of drawn steel and coated with smooth, high-gloss painting. The suspension is masculine in construction, creating the right counterbalance to the shade's feminine lines. The suspension assembly consists of curved steel rods and two pieces of die-cast, aluminium-zinc alloy coated in matt chrome. The depth of the shade prevents glare, no matter how high the pendant is hung. Caravaggio also features an opening at the top, which casts light upwards and illuminates both the suspension and cord.

    Caravaggio is characterised by direct lighting without glare. It also adds to the room's ambient light via the upward lighting from the pendant's top.

  • Technical Info

    Black with red cord or white with silver cord

    Caravaggio P0: Ø 11 x H 14.5 cm
    Light source: G9 33W
    Recommended alternative: GU9 7W

    Caravaggio P1: Ø 16.5 x H 20.5 cm
    Light source: E27 max 42 W
    Recommended alternative: E27 Liliput Plus 15W

    Caravaggio P2: Ø 25.7 x H 32.5 cm
    Light source: E27 max 100W
    Recommended alternative: E27 Liliput plus 23W

    Caravaggio P3: Ø 40 x H 51 cm
    Light source: E27 max 100W
    Recommended alternative: E27 Liliput plus 30W, E27 Clusterlite 80W

    Caravaggio P4: Ø 55 x H 70 cm
    Light source: E27 max 150W
    Recommended alternative: E27 Liliput plus 30W, E27 Clusterlite 100W

    Class: IP20, class of insulation II, F-marked.
    Ceiling canopy and 3m (P0-P2) / 6m (P3 + P4) lead lincluded.
    Light source not included.

  • Designer
    Cecilie Manz

    Cecilie Manz was born in the Odsherred region of Denmark. As the child of parents occupied with art and design, designing always formed a natural part of her life. She chose design as her living when she began studying at the Danish School of Design in 1992. Her great interest for function and conceptualization took her further as an exchange student to Helsinki where she attended the Finnish University of Art and Design. In 1998, she started her own studio, Manz Lab, the centre of her work ever since.

    Cecilie Manz' strong feeling for functionality and insistence on quality made her an obvious choice for Fritz Hansen. Already, Cecilie Manz has exhibited all over the world and is permanently represented in the exhibitions of MoMA and the Danish Design Centre. She has been awarded several significant prizes for her conceptual design.

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  • Delivery

    In stock

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