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Pendant Stablight B

by Arik Levy

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The Stablight Suspension family by Arik Levy for Danese Milano / Artemide won the Red Dot Design Award in 2016. It is produced using very traditional glass blowing techniques. The diffuser is crafted out of handblown glass layered over a wooden mold, carefully formed by hand from a hard and wet wood. A glass blowing pipe is used to gather several layers of glass in various colors, which is then blown and shaped by hand to create a shape that mirrors that of the wooden mold it is placed on top of. After the “hotshop” production phase, the vases are finished in a cutting shop, where additional parts are cut out and the surface is polished to a high gloss. The production process uses the extraordinary skills of glassmakers, who continue to pass down their knowledge from generation to generation. Stablight is available in single and triple composition. Each Stablight comes in 3 colors (Green/Amber Clear, Aqua Clear & Brown Clear) and 3 shapes (A, B, C), as a single suspension or as a triple suspension with adjustable heights resulting in multipositional hanging arrangements. This smart suspension system allows the distribution of light within the space in ever-changing ways.

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Pendant Stablight B by Arik Levy for Artemide
- Award winning design
- Handblown glass diffuser in green amber clear glass
- Aluminum body
- Bulb not included - LED Max 10W GU10
- Suspension B clear glass diffuser dimensions: H 10.6" X ∅ 3.9"
- Cord length: min H 7.9" / max H 50"
- Black canopy ∅ 3.9"
- Hardwired, dimmable
- cULus listed
- Limited warranty 5 years
- Made in Italy
- Free Shipping



Arik Levy
Arik Levy

"Creation is an uncontrolled muscle" according to Arik Levy (born 1963). Artist, photographer, designer... Levy's skills are multiple and cross-disciplinary. His creations have been exhibited worldwide in the most prestigious galleries and museums. Best known for his sculptures – such as his signature Rock pieces –, his installations, limited editions and design pieces, Levy nevertheless feels that "The world is about people, not objects." Originally from Israel, he was first noticed for his participation in a group exhibition in Tel-Aviv in 1986. He was at the time experimenting with unconventional approaches, including painting on surfboards. He then studied at the Art Center Europe in Switzerland and in 1992 opened his studio in Paris. He travelled to Japan, where he consolidated his ideas, inspired by Japanese minimalist culture. Back to Europe, Levy dedicated his time to contemporary dance and opera by way of set design and installations. Arik Levy continues to contribute significantly with public works that occupy the environment in harmony with it and are suited for multiple uses. “Life is a system of signs and symbols,” he claims “where nothing is quite as it seems”.