One hand-blown glass cylinder within another; the outer
cylinder flaring into a refined disc lip at its lower edge, with grey cable. The lamp casts light downward, but its clear body also glows along the entire length.
John Pawson is one of the most- recognized modern and minimalist architects in the world.
He was schooled at Eton College, and Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. In Japan, he worked with Shiro Kuramata.
Notable projects include: Design Museum in London, Calvin Klein flagship store,
Ian Schrager commissions ballet sets, Cistercian monetary in Bohemia, the walkway over the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, etc.
Acheiving many accolades in his career, he was recently awarded the German Design Council Interior Designer of the Year (2014).
He continues to marvel us with his aesthetic talent-- in space and light.
Large- 9"dia. x 9"h
50W 12V Bi-pin; Integral transformer; Dimmable