MATERIAL: White silk mat opal glass, Lid in Nylon66 with Fibre glass. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: 220V-240V, 50 Hz, G9 1x Max40W, Class II, IP20 CARE: Clean with soft dry cloth only. Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning. DIMENSION: Height: 14,3 cm Diameter: 23 cm
The FLUID pendant lamp is inspired by a resting drop of water. The lamp's soft round shape is enhanced by its frosted matte glass surface and perfectly matches its warm cosy light. The lamp can be hung as a single feature alone over a table or mixed in clusters with other small and large FLUID lamps to create the desired ambience. ”We wanted to give the lamp a form with a certain softness, towards a more natural language and further removed from pure geometry. Fascinated by the way that surface tension governs the curvature of a resting water droplet, we have tried to capture its essence. The subtle irregularity of FLUID means that their silhouette gently changes depending upon the viewing angle. It also brings a greater light intensity to the lamps’ underside – just where you need it.” Claesson Koivisto Rune
Claesson Koivisto Rune
CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE is one of Sweden's most prominent design studios with the three designers having won the annual Swedish design award eight times as well as many other international awards.
CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE ON THEIR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
“Being both designers and architects at the same time, we tend to look at design as always a part of a greater spatial context. This multidisciplinary approach is typical for the Scandinavian tradition and adds cross-inspiration to our work in both the small and the bigger scale.”
CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE ON NEW NORDIC DESIGN
“What's worth pointing out about the Scandinavian designers of the 50's and 60's is the strong bond between architecture and design. In that respect we try to do the same thing. Design today is international. Perhaps more than ever before. And it resonates around the globe. The Scandinavian design scene of today is full of momentum; full of talent. Hopefully this can inspire other designers in other places.”