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‘Daikanyama’ lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.03.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Daikanyama' lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero

‘Daikanyama’ lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero

Inspired by the streets of the Tokyo district with the same name, Daikanyama is a pendant lighting system that zigzags between walls and and poles.

 

 

Daikanyama, Tokyo

Daikanyama district, Tokyo

“The pendant and cables create spatiality on a pleasant scale for both large and small areas. In zigzag, stricter or even slightly chaotic configurations between walls, ceilings and poles, with the electric cable running along the wire from one to the next.” says designer Thomas Bernstrand.

 

'Daikanyama' lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero

‘Daikanyama’ lights by Thomas Bernstrand for Zero

“There are endless possibilities for this playful pendant with painted aluminium in standard colours: white, black, red, yellow and orange.” Daikanyama has a diameter of 420 mm, a height of 300 mm and uses LED or 18W compact fluorescent.

 

to the Bernstrand & Co website

 

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