Bell lamps by Sebastian Herkner for Classicon

Bell lamps by Sebastian Herkner for Classicon

Comprised of cylindrical bulb sockets and shades in various materials, textures and colors, the modular Bell pendant lamps by German designer Sebastian Herkner are designed to be mixed and matched.

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Sebastian Herkner's family of Bell pendant lamps for Classicon can be adapted to create different compositions.

Bulb sockets in grey painted aluminum, copper or brass are fitted with a clamping ring that allows the copper cage and textile shades to be easily interchanged.

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Particularly effective when hung in groups, the design of the Bell pendant lamps recalls both the form and function of studio lights, bringing the idea of adaptable lighting from the photography studio into the home.

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For more information visit www.classicon.com

About the manufacturer: Headquartered in Munich, ClassiCon stands for classic contemporary design. The original manufacturer of many standards of modern furniture, ClassiCon continues to work with designers to establish new ideals: "Our modern classics are collector's items-not only the masterpieces of yesterday, but of tomorrow as well. We aim above all to produce individual pieces of great originality and formal perfection-pieces with the potential to become classics in their own right one day." Today, the company has showrooms around the globe: Munich, Zurich, Tokyo, Toronto, Sydney, and Seoul.

Posted January 15, 2014 by Editor

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