Height 76 cm
Cable length 400 cm
Diameter 95 cm


Cable colour Black
Colour Semi-Transparant Mirror
Material Semi-Reflective Polyester Shade, LSS Chandelier: Steel Frame With Decoractive Glass Beads


Canopy Plastic black canopy
Lamp holder 18 x E14
Light source 40W MAX type B, light source not included
Volume 1.02 m3
Year of design 1999


‘Light Shade Shade’ is a one way mirror that reflects its environment as well as concealing the chandelier within.

When the light is turned on, the ‘Light Shade Shade’ reveals its unforeseen identity and projects the former beauty that lies within.

Jurgen Bey

Studio Makkink & Bey is led by architect Rianne Makkink and designer Jurgen Bey. Supported by a design team, they have been operating their design practice since 2002. Studio Makkink & Bey investigates the various domains of applied art while studying the tension between the private and public domain. Taking a critical stance towards the designing of public space, architecture, interiors, exhibitions and products is pivotal.

The studio is located in an old industrial building enabling the entire production to come about on site. The design team operates as one entity and includes experts of various disciplines ranging from fashion, design and architecture. The cross-wiring between the different areas of expertise prompts new insights and perspectives, which are used within each stage of the design process. Stories, study and research are in constant movement throughout the design process, to be converted into solutions for a perpetually changing environment.

The goal of our studio is to entice a new design culture by showing new alternatives through critical design. Analytical design is a fundament for a new culture in a city, public building or house.

Initially, all existing forces are reviewed to be defined again and reshuffled into a fitting design narrative. Experiment, doubt and a hodgepodge way of thinking are crucial to disclose hidden values and stories. This new potential unlocks all the possible qualities to constitute new cultural bearers.

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