The Kontur hanging lamp frames light within its streamlined black silhouette. Imbedded with LEDs, the frame appears to float from nearly invisible cables. Housing a handblown opaline glass diffuser or a rounded metal reflector, the pure volumes are balanced within the graphic geometric architecture. With the cylindrical diffuser, Kontur collection generates a warm, 360-degree glow as if from a fire. When combined with the reflector, it lends the look of raining light.
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|Name||Kontur 6438 Suspension Lamp|
|Product Code||6438 11 /13|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Dimensions||Pendant Length: 63.77 inch, Pendant Height: 6.29 inch, Max Reach From Ceiling To Pendant: 85.03 inch|
|Wattage||LED STRIP 37.2W|
|Cord Length||Max 2 Meter|
|Material||Body: Aluminum, Reflector: Aluminum, Driver box: Aluminum, Polycarbonate diffuser|
|Technical Details||The convex shade pendant features an open frame imbedded with LEDs that contains a reflector formed from a rounded sheet of metal. It floats from nearly invisible cables overhead, casting a diffuse glow that evokes the look of raining light.|
Sebastian Herkner studied Product Design at HfG Offenbach University of Art and Design. During his studies he began to focus on designing objects and furniture, honing his keen sense for materials, colors and textures. In the year 2006 Sebastian Herkner founded his own studio. Since that time, he has designed furniture, lamps and smaller items. Herkner also realizes interior architecture projects and museum and exhibition design. His works have won numerous accolades – among others the IF Award, the Iconic Award and the Elle Deco International Design Award (EDIDA). As Guest of Honor to imm cologne 2016, Sebastian Herkner provided the design for “Das Haus”. Maison&Objet has elected him 2019 “Designer of the Year”. Balance and intuition are important and enduring factors in his work, which he sees as a continuous dialogue that straddles the disciplines: It takes him to the far corners of the world in search of almost forgotten crafts techniques, of manufactories that have a tradition going back centuries, to the crafts Sleeping Beauties that he can awaken from their slumber. In the process he creates not just lamps but an entire cosmos that shines a new light on how objects can appeal to the senses, and where beauty is cultivated from within the process itself and his empathy towards people.View All Products