Mega Bulb, created by Sofie Rederwinner—winner of the Wallpaper* Design Award for Best Light 2006—mimics the outline of an early electrical light bulb. Crafted from mouth-blown glass and porcelain, the design of Mega Bulb is entirely transparent: lampshade, bulb and cord are clear allowing for light to pass through. The large bulb size is perfectly suited for lighting large interior spaces while the minimal Danish design imparts subtle sophistication and warmth. The small irregularities in the mouth blown glass make each of the pendants one of a kind and add the story of the glass master's personal efforts in changing sand, soda and chalk into a modern classic using a thousand-year-old method.
The Mega Bulb Pendant is also available in a 4.3" diameter (view the Bulb Pendant SR1
The Mega Bulb Pendant is available in a silver luster glass with black fabric cord, gold luster glass with white fabric cord or clear glass with option of clear, black or red fabric cord. Includes 9.8 feet of cord and 5" diameter metal canopy. Bulb not included.
Measures: 7.1" Diameter x 9" H; E26 bulb base, 60W maximum
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Craft meets art. Function meets form. The material is respected and the potential is revealed. This is Nordic tradition and this is the heritage that is cherished and kept.
&Tradition is a Danish company dedicated to merging traditional Scandinavian design with modern creativity and innovation. Through the company's determination to reshape, redefine and reinvent materials, techniques and forms, &Tradition has claimed a unique position in the international design market. The company works with both emerging and established designers and is renowned for producing some of Verner Panton's and Arne Jacobsen's most iconic designs.