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The Link Chain is a pendant that immediately draws the eye. Resplendent in its precise arrangement, the Link Chain is especially heroic: bold and venturesome, prodigious and grand. Adding an element of drama to its surroundings, the Link Chain decorates, illuminates and captivates. The Link Chain was conceived by Mariví Calvo and Ray Power. Using the Link Modular suspension lamp, the Link Chain is constructed with three, four or six modules. The effect is quite remarkable: the billowy, cloud-like Link modules are fastened together, metamorphosing into a heroic tower of light. 3 Steel Cable: 2,5 m drop. Transparent Electrical Cable: 2,5 m drop.
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|Name||Link Chain Small Suspension Lamp|
|Product Code||LK3 S 33|
|Family Name||Link Chain|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||4.7 Kg|
|Dimensions||Pendant Diameter: 27.16 inch, Pendant Height: 39.37 inch|
|Cord Length||2.5 Meter|
|Material||Wood Veneer Shade, Black Metal Tripod, Nickel Metal Canopy.|
Founder and Creative Director of LZF. From 1986 to 1992 she exhibited her art on both sides of the Atlantic basing her studio in New York, Madrid and Paris. When in Paris in 1991 she began to write and work on “The Kitchen Lady” a surrealist dance performance in which she designed the costumes and sets and whose results also gave her a large amount of source material for subsequent art exhibitions using a mixed technique of photography on canvas paintings. In 1994 she co-founded Luzifer Lamps along with Sandro Tothill, a company making handmade wood veneer lighting fixtures. Since then she is main partner and creative director of the company and has developed and directed all aspects of the creative art department of the company. She has designed some of the companies more emblematic lighting fixtures, such as The Candelabro, The Guijarros and the Gea & Cosmos collections, as well as being responsible for the design of all the company’s exhibits and, with the help of key freelancers, creates the company’s prize winning campaigns.View All Products
Ray Power (Ireland 1975), graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology in 1997 and moved to Spain. He has collaborated with LZF Lamps since 1998. His more recent designs Air (2008) and Link (2007) have been awarded the Red Dot and the Chicago Good Design awards respectively. His work has been exhibited in Milan, Valencia, Dublin, Madrid and Tokyo and he continues to work on lighting design projects for LZF Lamps. His trademark style relies heavily on geometry and an innate ability to produce exciting three dimensional forms from flat materials.View All Products