&Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant SR2 Black cord
  • &Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant SR2
  • &Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant SR2
  • &Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant SR2
  • &Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant SR2 Clear cord
  • &Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant SR2 Black cord

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&Tradition Pendant SR2. With Bulb, Danish light artist Sofie Refer lit up the new millennium and a new classic was blown. The shape refers to the first electrical light bulbs by using thick transparent glass.

  • Sofie Refer continues an elegant Nordic tradition, adding her own passion and femininity.
  • The small irregularities in the mouth blown glass make each of the pendants one of a kind and add the story of the glass master’s personal efforts in changing sand, soda and chalk into a modern classic using a thousand year old method. & GOOD DESIGN award 2001 by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, Wallpaper Design Award 2006 for Best Light.
Transparent handblown glass. The lamp-holders and the ceiling rosette are in porcelain. Semitransparent pvc or textile cord in red or black. E27 max 60 watt (light bulb not included) Kindly note that 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
Diameter 18 cm (7.1″) Height 23 cm (9.1″)
  • Sofie Refer

    Sofie Refer (b.1974), a Danish designer, graduated from from The Danish Design School, department of Product Design in 2003. Sofie Refer is partner and Creative Director of Refer + Staer Aps, a Danish design lighting company and her designs play with Nordic simplicity in a more extravagant way. Lighting design is her passion and she is fascinated by light in all it?s aspects. The Bulb pendants she has created for &tradition expresses her respect for the Nordic tradition of glass blowing and simple, pure forms, quoting the first source of electric light. But her approach to light is fun and feminine, sophisticated and sensuous.
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