Orsjö’s Kvist ceiling light was named after its close resemblance to a tree branch, kvist in Swedish. Designed by Jonas Bohlin, the Kvist 6 pendant features six slender metal arms with light sources that have an adjustable angle. As Kvist is made of brass or copper, it will age gracefully and develop a beautiful, unique patina over time. Bohlin has compared Kvist and its longevity to an apple tree he planted when his son was born – it still stands growing and bearing fruit. The collection includes also lacquered white and nickel-plated models. Kvist 6 iis a true statement piece that combines function, innovation and design in a modern and elegant manner.


Kvist 6 pendant, nickel plated brass



1–2 months


Nickel-plated brass
Nickel grey
67,5 cm
95 cm
Bulb base
Light source
5W LED (included)
Colour temperature
Luminous flux
IP rating
Protection class
DCL plug
Cable length
500 cm
Ceiling hook

Jonas Bohlin

Jonas Bohlin (b. 1953) is considered as one of the best designers in Sweden. He graduated from the Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, in 1981 where he was later on Professor of Furniture Design, from 2004 to 2009. He was also the founder of the Department of Design at Beckmans School of Design, Stockholm, and one of the founders of the Swedish company Klong.

His first success was the Concrete chair in 1981. The Concrete chair by Jonas Bohlin was his final project at the Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and created a debate in the design community on what is more important, shape or function. The chair was a piece of sculpture, made of steel and concrete. The Concrete chair was produced in a limited edition and is currently a collector’s item.

Jonas Bohlin has a broad professional experience and his works range from furniture, glass, textiles and light fittings to art objects and installations. Among his projects, the most famous is the LIV project, an eighteen months long happening, including the building of a boat and a three month rowing session on the channels of Europe, from Stockholm to Paris. LIV is the Swedish word for life and during this project Jonas Bohlin was inspired to create new designs which are now part of the LIV collection. Many of the items of this collection are still carried by Klong today.


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