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Light Shade Shade 47 + Chandelier

By Jurgen Bey, from Moooi
$1,699.00
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Model
molls-d47- Semi-transparent shade
Inner Light
ULMOLCH-D47
Note
Non-Returnable

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Design by Jurgen Bey, of Droog Design, 1999.
The Light Shade Shade is a one way mirror that reflects its environment as well as concealing the chandelier within. When the light is turned on, the Light Shade Shade reveals its unforeseen identity and projects its inner beauty.

Semi-transparent mirror film shade, metal frame structure. Empire shaped inner chandelier with glass beads.

Dimensions
  • 18.5"D X 32"H; 13 feet of wire
Lamp Type
INCANDESCENT
Bulbs
3 X 60W 120V E26 (medium base) incandescent lamps (not included)
Listing
UL, CUL
Item Number
MOI-LIGHTSHADE47

Design by Jurgen Bey, of Droog Design, 1999.
The Light Shade Shade is a one way mirror that reflects its environment as well as concealing the chandelier within. When the light is turned on, the Light Shade Shade reveals its unforeseen identity and projects its inner beauty.

Semi-transparent mirror film shade, metal frame structure. Empire shaped inner chandelier with glass beads.

Moooi

Moooi is an avant-garde Dutch design firm specializing in lighting, furniture and textiles. Its designs, in collaboration with renowned designers including Marcel Wanders, Ross Lovegrove and Jasper Morrison, are cutting edge, yet retain a playful character. Moooi is well known for its trendy and forward-thinking products featured in the company's collections of lighting, furnishings and accessories.

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Jurgen Bey

Dutch designer, Jurgen Bey, began his studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven between 1984-1989 and subsequently taught there for six years next to running his own designstudio. Bey soon attracted media attention through his early collaborative projects within the Droog collective such as Treetrunk Bench (1999) and Gardening Bench (1999) — works that catapulted the designer onto the world stage. In 2002 Bey set up 'Studio Makkink & Bey together with Architect Rianne Makkink.

Bey's work is often mistakenly aligned with a rigorous environmental agenda due to his interest in using recycled or ‘found' objects. However, the designer explains that he doesn't set out to investigate environmentally sensitive solutions through his work. Instead, his interest lies in pursuing a "layered" and conceptual approach to design and discovering delight in the hidden qualities of the world we live within.

Design Museum, 2008

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