Diane S Pendant Light
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Design by Roberto Pamio, 1996.
Pendant highlighted with a hand-blown, Murano glass diffuser, which is cut and wrapped to reveal the innermost layer of white glass when illuminated by its incandescent light source. Available with a flat brushed aluminum canopy which mounts to a standard 4" junction box. Conical cone shaped and Swag mounting options available. The wrapped glass diffuser is suspended by cord and cable with a standard length of 120 inches.
Material(s): Metal, Glass
- 13.75"H X 6.25"W X 118"Overall Height
- Base Plate: 5.5"D
Lamp Type: CFL, COMPACT FLUORESCENT, INCANDESCENT
- Incandescent: 1 X 100W max medium base incandescent bulb (not included)
- Fluorescent: 1 x 18W G24q2 Compact Fluorescent lamp (not included)
Listing: UL, CUL
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Instructions: Click to download instructions.
Roberto Pamio, having graduated in architecture at the University of Venice, works at an international level within the areas of architectural planning and design. His experiences in Mexico in the 1980s and successively in New York, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam and Japan have stimulated his creative sensitivity. In all of his architecture, natural elements such as light, air and water are emphasized, turning space into something fluid and changeable.
Moving around within his creations, one never has the impression of facing foreseeable choices. The house loses its traditional function and becomes a "liberated" house.
Roberto Pamio also co-operates with important companies dealing with lighting, furniture and accessories, attributing a unique meaning to objects, which is determined by the fusion of proportion, lightness, technology and aesthetics.See other lights/products from Roberto Pamio
Founded in 1962, Leucos is an Italian manufacturer of contemporary-styled lighting products. Leucos lighting designs incorporate the renowned craftsmanship of Murano glassmakers with the latest, award-winning technologies. Early Leucos products were the first to marry design and the tradition of glass making production. In line with this innovative spirit, much attention was devoted to the creative process - something that has become emblematic of the brand and strengthened its recognition throughout the world.
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