Fractal Cloud

Jan 14, 2011
  • Article by Online Editor

The Fractal Cloud pendant light, designed by Jason Bird, is at once organic and mathematical.

The faceted design appears random, yet affords a precise balance in both visual and physical properties. The lights can be grouped in a number of ways, with an angled profile that suits a clustered or end-to-end linear arrangement.

The lights are concealed within the luminous angled mass, with the option of an energy-efficient 1200mm T5 fluorescent tube or Hi Flux LEDs. The 1500mm-long diffuser is made from 100 percent recyclable translucent LDPE.

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