Key facts

Product:
Caravaggio Opal P3
Family:
Caravaggio Opal
Manufacturer:
Lightyears >
Designer:
Cecilie Manz >
Architonic ID:
1132451
Country:
Denmark
Launched:
2008
Manufacturer groups :
Suspended lights-General lighting >
Suspended lights-Pendant lights in glass >
Groups:
Suspended lights-General lighting >
Suspended lights-Pendant lights in glass >

Product description

Ø 400 x H 510 mm 1x100W E27 Soft tone

Product family

Concept

Cecilie Manz' Caravaggio-pendant lamp has obtained the status of a genuine new classic in record time. The original Caravaggio pendant lamp with its high-gloss lacquered metal shade is known for its concentrated downward light. With Caravaggio Opal it is now possible to combine the characteristic design with a completely different lighting effect. The Opal glass shade gives out a soft, dimmed light which is particularly suited for rooms where a more evocative lighting is required.

Thanks to the transparent white glass, the light from the lamp radiates in all directions and thus also lights up the lamp itself. In this way the lighted lamp appears as a floating drop of light, which in itself is very evocative, and at the same time wraps its surroundings in a soft, pleasant light. The lamp is suspended by the three well-known shackles which here form a raw and masculine contrast to the feminine opal glass. And again the cord is a part of the whole expression of the lamp, as it has been wrapped in grey textile material in order to bring a nuance of light and shade into the white look.

Few lamps cast such a soft light as Caravaggio Opal. The white hand-blown glass shade works very gently with the light and sends down a warm, round light where needed, while the surroundings are illuminated by a pleasant room lighting full of atmosphere.

Suitable for incandescent light bulbs, energy saving light bulbs and LED.

Cecilie Manz’s universe revolves around her love of great paintings, and the names of her lamps are a tribute to her personal favourites. This lamp is named after the Italian Baroque painter Caravaggio.