KINEMA pendant luminaire by Stuart Fingerhut

January 3rd, 2012 by retail design blog

The Kinema pendant is unique in its ability to give the user control of the light’s character to match the mood or the environment. Each of the pendant’s rings can be individually flipped to create dramatic light and shadow effects, as a single object or in multiples.

Inspired by the movement of crustaceans, a wide variety of forms can be created by arranging the pendant’s rings in alternating open and closed positions. Kinema is available brushed brass and black, brushed aluminum and black, white and black or blue and white. Custom color combinations are available upon request.

For purchasing or retailing visit the official site here.

All Photo Credit : Ben Gibbs Photography

Designed by Stuart Fingerhut












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