Staggered Scandal Pendant by Articolo
Dezeen Showroom: lighting design company Articolo has created a pendant light named Staggered Scandal Pendant, which features three elongated glass elements made using a mouth-blown technique.
The lamp's metalwork is available in brass, bronze, satin nickel and black electroplate, and intends to showcase Articolo's attention to detail and craftsmanship.
"The Staggered Scandal Pendant is defined by elongated proportions capped end-to-end by the rounded glass, subtly concealing the internal light source and exemplifying the quiet brilliance of artisanal glass and detailed metalwork," said Articolo's founder and creative director Nicci Green.
Articolo created a custom-sized version of the pendant for a lobby space designed by Australian architecture and interiors practice Carr.
In response to the lobby's exaggerated volumes, the lamps were enlarged to over eight metres in length.
"Reimagined for this site-specific installation, in a feat of both design and engineering, a trio of pendants were made in Melbourne before being suspended 12 metres in the air at a weight of 170 kilos in solid metal and glass," said Green.
The Staggered Scandal lamp design is also available from Articolo as a wall sconce and table lamp.
The photography is by Sharyn Cairns.
Product: Staggered Scandal Pendant
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