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Bloom Pendant, Small

by Tim Rundle
$625

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Overview

The Bloom Pendants’ super-elliptical form is inspired by the gentle dynamic flow of paper lanterns. Its glorious lit effect is the result of transparency and light. Two contrasting materials, a finely perforated mesh core and frosted blown glass, combine to project a soft focus texture onto the inside of the shade.

At the same time, an unobstructed pool of light is projected downwards onto objects below. Blooms distinct character is evident both in its on and off state, creating a versatile, value for money pendant light.

Established in 2011 by Simon James and Scott Bridgens, Resident is a globally focused design company. Resident's mission is to offer products with an unparalleled level of creativity and innovation.

Bloom Pendant Lamp, Small, by Tim Rundle for Resident
- Innovative contemporary design
- Glass, Stainless Steel, Matte Black Aluminum ceiling rose
- H 10.2" x ∅ 9.4", Cord length Min 12” - Max 78”
- E26 socket, 1 x 6W LED bulb included
- Dimmable
- Hardwired (installation required)
- 3 years warranty
- Indoor use
- Made in China

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Designer

Tim Rundle
Tim Rundle

Tim Rundle Studio is a London based industrial design practice. The studio's work is driven by context and has grown to focus on the design of products and systems that exist at the intersection between architecture and its inhabitants. A preoccupation with simplicity, improvement and the pragmatic application of creativity; combined with a rigorous and knowledgeable approach to the technical aspects of materials and manufacturing leads to results that are, at the same time, useful, engaging and relevant. Prior to establishing his studio in 2015, Tim Rundle led the product design teams at Tom Dixon and Conran & Partners. Tim graduated from the School of Architecture and Design at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Alongside his studio, Tim runs Platform 23 - Design for Manufacture, on the prestigious Design Products Masters program at the Royal College of Art.