Linear pendant, 87,2 cm, black

Muuto

AU$1,249.00
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Muuto
Linear pendant
AU$1,249.00


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Description

Muuto’s Linear pendant is designer Thomas Bentzen’s streamlined interpretation of functional fluorescent luminaires often seen in offices. Linear, however, is by no means designed only for workspaces: thanks to the luminaire's dimmable LED light source and its warm 3000K colour temperature, Linear also easily finds its place in home dining areas or restaurants and cafes, for example. According to the designer, this was the intention all along – Bentzen wanted to create a luminaire with which you could easily create a pleasant, intimate atmosphere even in a larger space.

Material
Pressure-die casted and extruded, powder-coated aluminium, powder-coated steel, polycarbonate
Colour
Black
Length
87.2 cm
Width
10.7 cm
Height
5.4 cm
Light source
Integrated dimmable 20.3W LED
Colour temperature
3,000 K
Luminous flux
1,060 lm
Lifetime
48,000 h
IP rating
20
Protection class
II
Voltage
220–240 V
Nominal frequency
50–60 Hz
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Cable length
400 cm
Cable colour
Black
Cable material
PVC
Weight
2.2 kg
Canopy
Yes: white
Ceiling plug
No
Dimmable
Yes
Notes
Clean with soft dry cloth only.
Energy label
G

Thomas Bentzen

Thomas Bentzen is a Danish designer who graduated from the Copenhagen Design School in 2003. Bentzen founded his own design office in 2010 and is also part of the Copenhagen REMOVE design group. Before setting up his own office, Bentzen worked for five years at Danish firm Louise Campbell.

Bentzen has worked in various fields of design, ranging from tableware to interior design and from furniture to industrial design. His designs are often characterized by a clear, playful and graphic touch, with an aim to test the boundaries of different materials within the boundaries of form, functionality and sustainable design. Bentzen’s designs have been seen in numerous exhibitions around the world, and he has worked with brands such as Louis Poulsen, Hay and Muuto.

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