Le Klint Pliverre Pendant
  • Le Klint Pliverre Pendant
  • Le Klint Pliverre Pendant
  • Le Klint Pliverre Pendant
  • Le Klint Pliverre Pendant
  • Le Klint Pliverre Pendant
  • Le Klint Pliverre Pendant

Le Klint Pliverre Pendant

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Reinterpretation in opal glass

PLIVERRE is a reinterpretation of the original hand pleated LE KLINT shade but the collection is designed in a new material, opal glass. 

Despite the materials in opal glass and steel, Pliverre is unmistakably LE KLINT. The name originates from the French word verre plié, which means folded glass. Designer Christian Troels who is no stranger to LE KLINT wanted to challenge the tradition and so he designed PLIVERRE using hand-blown glass to create the shade. The quality and the characteristics of the glass shade however is the same as the folded shades in plastics and paper; it shields the light and allows the light to shine at the same time.

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Material Opal glass 

Light source E14 - LED - Max. 25 W.

This product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability

Size Description

Length: 30 cm
Diameter: 8,5 cm

  • Christian Troels

    Christian Troels graduated from Kolding School of Design in 2012. In the course of his studies, he has had the opportunity of spending a semester at Umeå Institute of Design, Umeå University in Sweden. He particularly worked with means of transportation in the Transportation Design Programme. Christian is a versatile designer, who masters both the conceptual and the technical aspects of designing. With his playful approach, he always strives to induce in his products those elements that make them differ from others. He works with product design of several categories, from bicycles in China to toy concepts. After ending his studies Christian was employed at the LEGO Group Concept Lab in Billund, working to create new concepts for LEGO. Today Christian Troels has his own design studio in Copenhagen.
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