Tibet Pendant Light
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The Tibet Pendant Lamp introduces a touch of the exotic to any space. The light wafts through a white linen fabric diffuser and the molded-wire frame to bring a soft glow to nearby surfaces. Available in a black finish. Ships with 6 feet of cord.
Material(s): Metal, Linen, Cloth, Fabric
- 8.7"D X 23.2"H; 95.2quot; max height
- Canopy: 4"D X 2"H
Lamp Type: COMPACT FLUORESCENT, CFL, FLUORESCENT, INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 1 X 9W 120V E12(candelabra base) torpedo compact fluorescent (not included) OR 1 X 40W 120V E12(candelabra base) B10 incandescent (not included)
Listing: CUL, UL
As a designer, technician, artist, photographer and producer, Arik Levy is multi‐talented and his work is exhibited in some of the world's most prestigious galleries and museums. Initially known for his projects in the furniture sector, Arik Levy continues to have a major impact on our interior and exterior environment.
Originating from Israel, with a degree in industrial design from the Art Center Europe, Levy currently works in Paris with his team of 20 designers and graphical artists in his studio Ldesign. Thanks to his vision and that of his partner Pippo Lionni, the studio handles projects in the fields of visual identity, signposting and packaging in addition to exhibition scenery and interior design.See other lights/products from Arik Levy
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