CHAN suspension lamp by Prandina

April 23rd, 2016 by retail design blog

On the occasion of Milano Design Week 2016, Prandina officially presents the new suspension lamp CHAN. CHAN is a project conceived and realized by the R&D Department of Prandina. Through some simple standard modules you can configure a wide range of chandeliers. Key elements of the program are two: the metal structure and the spot light. The structure, made of white painted or brass galvanized steel, can be of two types: ninety or one hundred and twenty degrees.

The structure with three, six or nine arms, supports the glass white Pyrex diffusers which may have a rounded shape, for bulb with G4 socket, or tubular shape, with integrated LED lighting source. Thanks to the overlap of different structures it is possible to realize various compositions up to a maximum of thirteen lights. A metal ring, placed between the cables, is available as an accessory in order to give a new perspective to the entire structure.

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