The pendant lamp Ballet - designed by Poul Christiansen for Spring Copenhagen - is inspired by the ballet skirt of the ballet dancers, hanging from the waist down in a beautiful basket.
Most of the time, however, nature also plays a role in Poul Christiansen's design. The design language of the pendulum is based on the beautiful parabolic curve that is created when a leaf is held horizontally at one end and hangs freely at the other.
Gravity and the stiffness of the material characterize the blade. In this way a curve is created that nature has created. The basket inspired the idea of placing the blades in a circle, which created the parabolic shape.
Since the ballet lampshade comes as a flat rosette, you will experience yourself how the shape is formed when the lampshade is hung up.
At the same time, the light in the ballet screen is also something very special: the light from the LED light source is sent downwards, but because a lot of light is emitted between the leaves and the light fades over the outside of the lamp, the lamp gets a completely unique look.
This detail creates a stylish, calm atmosphere and a beautiful lamp that catches the eye.
Care and installation:
Clean only with a soft, dry cloth. Always switch off the power supply before cleaning the lamp. Ballet requires a power outlet or a socket on the ceiling. We always recommend that lights are installed by a professional electrician.
Design: Poul Christiansen
Material: 24x polypropylene slats, oak
In the box: 8W light source in energy class A **, canopy (height 3 cm, Ø: 9 cm) and 400 cm white textile cord included.
220-240 V - 50 Hz, E27, 788 lumen, 2700 K, Ra> 80
Lifetime: Approximately 30,000 hours
Dimensions: 45x28 cm DxH