The Model 2065 pendant light by the lighting brand Astep is a minimalist luminaire designed by Gino Sarfatti in 1950. At that time, the most common material of the lighting industry was glass, but Sarfatti got a chance to experiment with a new kind of material, methacrylate, which is significantly stronger and lighter than glass.
The Model 2065 pendant lamp is composed of two joined saucers that merge into a round, flat diffuser. Five LED lamps make the pendant light bright enough for larger spaces as well, and the thin wire and black, stick-like base give the lamp its finishing touch. The luminaire has been manufactured in Italy.