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OE Quasi pendant light

By Louis Poulsen


  • Description

    In partnership with Louis Poulsen, world-renowned Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson has created a new, large-scale pendant. With the complex shapes of the OE Quasi, Eliasson combines his long-time interest in geometry and light, reinforcing his and Louis Poulsen’s shared idea that quality of lighting is essential to our lives. The OE Quasi has been created with sustainability in mind, a core value of Eliasson’s work. The aluminium used is 90% recycled, while the other materials are entirely recyclable. Aiming for longevity, the design of the product enables replacement and recycling of parts. The complex geometric shape of the OE Quasi is perceived differently depending on where the observer stands, something that allows endless interpretations and perspectives. With its larger-than-life shape, the OE Quasi will brighten and visually interact with any space while creating smooth and glare-free light.

  • Technical Info

    Size: Ø 90cm, W: 75.5 x H: 89.6 x L: 75.5 cm
    Material: Frame: Aluminium. Reflector: Injection moulded polycarbonate
    Finish: Clear lacquered, pickled aluminium. Matt white reflector
    Mounting: Cable type: 4x0,75mm² with wire. Canopy: Yes. LED driver built into the canopy. Cable length: 4m.

    Lighting control: Dali
    Colour: Dark aluminium
    Light: LED 2700K
    Class: 1
    IP class: 20

    The pendant has 12 LEDs embedded in the inner vertices of the geometric frame that are connected to light guides along the inner edges, creating an even illumination towards the reflector in the centre of the lamp. This layered white reflector emits the light spherically back into the room, resulting in a glare-free uniform light.

  • Designer
    Olafur Eliasson

    Artist Olafur Eliasson (Iceland/Denmark), born in 1967, works in a wide range of media, including installation, painting, sculpture, photography, and film. Since 1997, his solo shows have appeared in major museums around the world. As part of his practice, he engages with arts education, policy-making, and issues of sustainability and climate change. Eliasson’s projects in public space include The New York City Waterfalls, 2008, Your rainbow panorama, 2006–11; Ice Watch, 2014; and Fjordenhus, Vejle, 2018.

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  • Delivery

    3-4 weeks
    Made to order item

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