Key facts

Product:
Kivi Mini Pendant High shade
Family:
Kivi Mini
Manufacturer:
Blond Belysning
Designer:
Timo Ripatti
Order number:
28300-25
Architonic ID:
1233792
Country:
Sweden
Launched:
2013
Groups:
Suspended lights-General lighting
Suspended lights-LED-lights
Suspended li...-Pendant lights in aluminium
Suspended lights-Pendant lights in metal
Suspended lights-Pendant lights in glass
LED lights-Suspended lights

Product description

H 130 mm 
D 180 mm 

Product family

Concept

Glass and Spun Aluminium 
Kivi, which is Finnish for “stone”, is a family of fixtures made in glass and spun aluminium which, depending of the size of the aluminium shade, can create different characters of the light. Kivi is available in three standard colours or optional. The family consists of floor-, pendants- and table models.

As a pendant, Kivi is available with two different aluminium shades. Depending on which one is chosen, Kivi can direct and spread the light in the way that is most suitable for the environment. The fixture with the smaller shade spreads a soft light around itself while also directing it downwards, the fixture with the larger shade has a larger downward direction of the light. Kivi is available in three standard colours or optional.

As floor versions, Kivi is available with two different aluminium shades and one standard height. Depending on which shade is chosen, Kivi can direct and spread the light in the way that is most suitable for the environment. A fixture with the smaller shade spreads a soft light around itself while also directing it downwards, while a fixture with the larger shade has a larger downward direction of the light.

As table versions, Kivi is available with two different aluminium shades and in three different heights. Depending on which shade is chosen, Kivi can direct and spread the light in the way that is most suitable for the environment. A fixture with the smaller shade spreads a soft light around itself while also directing it downwards, while a fixture with the larger shade has a larger downward direction of the light.