Petite Friture Cherry LED pendant, small, white
Petite Friture Cherry LED pendant, small, white
Petite Friture Cherry LED pendant, small, white

Cherry LED pendant, small, white

Petite Friture

$436.90 $514.00

Petite Friture
Cherry LED pendant
$436.90 $514.00


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Description

Petite Friture’s Cherry pendant light features a fun design that will please anyone fond of geometry and minimalism. The light consists of a simple metal cone and a shimmering golden sphere attached to its plexiglass base. According to designers Daniel To and Emma Aiston from Daniel Emma, the light’s shape refers to novelty erasers they used to collect as children – more specifically a sundae cup topped with a cherry. Cherry is a contemporary pendant lamp that catches the eye and offers a subtle and pleasant light.

Material
Matt grained powder-coated aluminium, mirror finish steel, plexiglass
Colour
White, gold
Width
16 cm
Diameter
16 cm
Height
37.5 cm
Light source
Integrated dimmable 7.8W LED
Colour temperature
3,000 K
Luminous flux
1,040 lm
Lifetime
50,000 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
300 cm
Cable colour
White
Cable material
Textile
Weight
2 kg
Canopy
Included
Ceiling plug
No
Dimmable
Yes

Daniel Emma

Daniel Emma is the design studio Daniel To (b. 1984) and Emma Aiston (b. 1985) founded in 2008 to express themselves through means of industrial design. They met while studying industrial design at the University of South Autralia in Adelaide and after graduating in 2007 they gained experience by working for design studios such as Marc Newson, Thorsten Van Elten and Committee. Daniel Emma’s work features various projects from stationery to installations, and the studio’s clients include Hay, Wallpaper, Field, Tait and Petite Friture.

In 2009 Wallpaper listed To an Aiston the graduates to watch and the next year they were selected as the most promising talent both at 100% Design London and the Bombay Sapphire Australian Design Discovery Award. Daniel Emma’s work is influenced by the diverse culture of Australia and characterized by simple geometric shapes and the aim to be ‘just nice’.

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