Description

Bertrand Balas' Here Comes The Sun 175 pendant is a classic of French lighting design, relaunched by DCW éditions. A combination of white outside and shiny copper inside, HCS 175 pendant measures 17,5 cm in diameter, making it suitable also for smaller spaces.

Bertrand Balas wanted to name the lamp after the Beatles’ song already when it was first published in 1970, but he was worried about possible copyright issues, so the lamp was released as Here Comes the Sun only later. The biggest inspiration for HCS pendant was, obviously, the sun. From dawn to dusk and the rising moon, many different phases of the sun can be found from the round shapes of the lamp, and the holes on the sides and below the lamp shade let the light shine through in a gentle and interesting way. Here Comes the Sun pendants are available in several colour combinations and sizes, making it easy to choose a perfect lamp for all kinds of interiors and spaces.

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Here Comes The Sun 175 pendant, white - copper

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In stock on 16 Aug, 2021Verified

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Material
Aluminium
Colour
White, copper
Diameter
17,5 cm
Bulb base
G9
Light source
Max. 28W LED (not included)
IP rating
20
Protection class
II
Voltage
230V
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Cable length
300 cm
Cable colour
Black
Cable material
Textile
Weight
1 kg
Canopy
Yes (white, diameter 9 cm and height 2 cm)
Ceiling plug
No
Dimmable
No, but can be fitted with an aligned dimmer.
Notes
Coaxial cable

Bertrand Balas

Bertrand Balas (b. 1935) is a French architect, who has also become known as a lighting designer. His most famous design is undoubtedly the Here Comes the Sun pendant, launched in 1970 and named after a song by The Beatles, with a rounded shape depicting different phases of the sun.

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