Description

Kanji pendant lamp by FontanaArte combines harmonious aesthetics from the Far East with skilful Italian design traditions. Designed by Denis Guidone in 2017, the Kanji lamps have references to Chinese porcelain items from the Ming dynasty, but instead of porcelain, their pleated lampshades are made of handblown glass. A LED ring running inside the structure gives the lamp a soft and pleasant glow, and a black metal ring on top complements the design. Kanji lamps add magical ambience to any room, either alone or in clusters.

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Kanji pendant 39 cm, white

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Material
Glass, metal
Colour
White
Diameter
42,7 cm
Height
39 cm
Light source
Fixed 10W LED, 2700 K, CRI>80, 1000 lm
IP rating
20
Energy label
A++ - A
Cable length
250 cm
Cable colour
Black
Canopy
Included
Dimmable
Yes
Notes
This luminaire contains built-in LED lamps that cannot be changed.

Denis Guidone

Italian designer Denis Guidone (b. 1977) finds his inspiration from the beauty that arises in the dialogue between different cultures. Guidone divides his time between architecture and design, commuting between Milan and Tokyo. Fascinated by the contrasts between the East and the West, he merges the aesthetics of these two extremes with unconventional and strict precision into an elegant, eye-catching appearance. Guidone has won international design awards, including the IDA Design Award and Bruno Munari Prize and was selected for the ADI Design Index 2010. In 2018, he was elected by Triennale of Milan and by Ministry of Foreign Affairs as ambassador of Italian design in the world.

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