Audo Copenhagen Circular Pendant Lamp
Smart technology hidden in a soft, organic form that appears anything but technical: this is the beautiful contrast that defines Rotterdam-based Studio WM’s new Circular Lamp.
The indoor pendant was conceived to meet our constantly changing lighting needs. To do so, it comes with an app, making it easier than ever to adjust both the light intensity and temperature of the lamp to best suit the time of day, the season, or the desired ambience.
The Circular Lamp’s sophisticated reflector uniformly distributes diffused, comfortable light that does double duty as both task lighting and general, mood-setting room illumination. Imagine switching the mood in the office from work to happy hour, or shifting gears from well-lit cooking to intimate entertaining in the home kitchen – all with just a few taps on your phone or tablet, from anywhere you happen to be. It’s that simple. Clean, modern lines lend the Circular Lamp architectural versatility and open up endless decorating possibilities.
The Circular Lamp is available in anodised or powder-coated aluminium, in either brushed bronze or black, both featured with a fabric-covered electric cable that gently flows into the shade, bringing focus to its elegant shape. Although quite large, the slender, refined profile makes the lamp suitable for spaces big and small. Hang it solo or in multiples, staggered or in neat rows, in one finish or both: it’s easy to define areas and create playful visual effects with various installations. True to the designers’ credo that every detail must have meaning, the Circular Lamp’s gently curved shade evenly illuminates surfaces and surroundings while ensuring that its light never produces undesirable glare or shines directly into our eyes.
Material, Black Powder Coated Aluminum, or Bronze Anodised Aluminium steel
Dimmer, yes, with Menu lighting app (iOS and android)
Llight source Led
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Wendy Legro and Maarten Collignon are the founders of Studio WM - a design studio based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The two started working together right after graduation at the Design Academy Eindhoven, as they discovered their different ways of approaching design complemented each other. Their creative drive comes from a shared passion for detail and aesthetics. Reflecting their ideas back and forth, ensures them to get the best out of each other and challenges them to be experimental in their approach to materials and techniques.