Parisone is an LED pendant that looks like a teardrop, burdened with gravity at the apex of its expansion, before tumbling down the cheek.
Thankfully, this lovely light from Sonneman has been eternally suspended in its oblong shape. Even better, it’s been paired—or tripled—with equals of its ilk to form an enigmatic threesome of a luminaire.
The assembly—dangling from a long cord in the fashion of an infant’s mobile—creates a poem in motion: “fluid glass from a funnel-like shape in a continuous flowing volume.”
The Parisone pendant works best in spacious venues, as the relationship between the three bulbs changes depending on the perspective. To find out more, see Sonneman. And go to Designer Pages Media for more blown glass lighting.