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The Formakami JH5 Suspension Lamp has been created by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon for Danish label AndTradition.
AndTradition has remained at the forefront of contemporary design since its inception. Today, the brand maintains an impressive network of interior designers and creative talent, resulting in a sprawling portfolio of premium products that will breathe new life into your home. The Formakami collection comes from the imagination of award-winning designer Jaime Hayon and combines sculptural form with raw materials. Hayon takes his style influences from Japanese tradition but keeps things modern with distinctly contemporary edges.
The Formakami JH5 Suspension Lamp measures 67 x 70 cm and features two diffuser chambers. Once illuminated, this suspension lamp is a beauty to behold, with the paper shade creating a softer source of light for a more relaxing ambience. This fixture makes the perfect choice of ceiling light for medium to large sized rooms and an ideal spotlight for seating arrangements or dining tables. Keep it simple and use this light in isolation or team up with coordinating pieces from the Formakami range. Please note, this suspension lamp requires two 60W E27 halogen bulbs.
Formakami JH5 Suspension Lamp
ivory / black stained oak / H67cm / Ø70cm
HALO E27 BULB CLEAR 46W
transparent / 2700K / 700lm / dimmable
|Colors||ivory/black stained oak|
|Materials||paper, oak wood|
Cable Length: 4cm
Diameter Diffuser: 70cm
|Illuminant||2x Halogen-Bulb E27/60W - energy efficency grade F - excl., (please order under "accessories")|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++ - E|
|Other Features|| 220-240V capable|
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