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Marble Pendant Light SV2

by Studio Vit
$329

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Overview

The Marble Pendant Light SV2 was designed by Studio Vit for &Tradition in 2014. Studio Vit's attention to detail and dedication to perfecting and reducing forms. Made from Italian Bianco carrara marble and mouth blown borosilicate glass, the high quality materials and the pure geometric shapes used for the Marble Pendant push the light towards the realm of art object. Yet you find playfulness in the way they riff on the archetypal light bulb form fulfilling &Tradition’s second criteria – innovation. The collection designed by Studio Vit includes a variety of pendants of different proportions which can be assembled to create an installation.

&Tradition reworks design icons from past masters and creates tomorrow’s classics in collaboration with contemporary designers, upholding the tenets of craftsmanship to produce furniture, lighting and accessories that meet modern needs for function, comfort and beauty.

Marble Pendant Light SV2 by Studio Vit for &Tradition
- Modern design
- White carrara marble
- Mouth-blown clear borosilicate glass, white textile cord
- Total H 9" X ∅ 5.1", Marble H3.9" X ∅ 3.9", Cord length 157"
- White canopy included
- G9 socket, 1 x 25W or LED bulb (not included)
- Hardwired, installation required
- Indoor use


Specifications

MATERIALS
Carrara Marble, Mouth-blown Borosilicate Glass, Textile Cord
BULB AND SOCKET
1X 25 W or LED bulb (not included), G9
MAXIMUM WATTAGE
25W
Voltage
120V
POWER SOURCE
Hardwired (installation required)
Dimmer
No dimmer
CERTIFICATION
UL Listed
DIMENSIONS
H 9" 5.1" Cord L 157"

Designer

Studio Vit
Studio Vit

Studio Vit was founded by London-based, Swedish designers Helena Jonasson and Veronica Dagnert in 2010. Combining Jonasson’s background in industrial design and Dagnert’s in fashion and communication, their joint vision is all about extreme attention to perfection in reduced forms featuring material-driven details. Where each material is valued for its intrinsic characteristics, whether it be weight, texture or color. Their main focus lies in elementary forms, sizes and materials and how they coexist harmoniously in a space. Simple designs allowing for a variety of groupings, which in themselves, create a clever contrast.