Bloom Stripe

Pendant Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen, 1950
SEK 4 159,00
Black noir/Warm white
Bloom Stripe
Designer Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen
Material: Lacquered steel/solid brass
Cord length: 3 m
Cord Colour: Black noir textile
Design year: 1950
Dimensions in cm: L30 x D30 x H24
Diameter: 30
Colour: Black noir/Warm white
Light source: E27 max 25W
Energy: A++-A
Voltage: 220-240V
Shade dimensions in cm: Ø30
Collection: Classic Collection
Bloom pendant illustration
Bloom Stripe
An exquisite pendant with a rigorous design, designed in the 1950s by the internationally acclaimed grand master of Danish lighting design, Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen. The combination of a metal shade and simple idiom ensures a light appearance and beautiful direct light. It is perfect above a dining table or kitchen worktop or anywhere else in the home that calls for beautiful lighting design. One particularly elegant detail is the solid brass ring that tops off the classic look. The pendant comes in two versions, which can go well together or by themselves. There is a self-coloured model that offers beautifully simple lighting, and a more eye-catching stripy model that takes over the room as if it had donned a fancy party frock for the occasion. It is a sophisticated design statement that comes across just as vibrant and tasteful as it did when it first appeared in the 1950s. The lamps come in Warm Nordic's exclusive silky matt quality paint, which guarantees an extraordinarily beautiful and durable surface. The pendant comes in a self-coloured version and a more striking, stripy version.
bloom pendant in white, black and striped
Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen
Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen sketched on everything: envelopes, theatre programmes, even tram tickets. Some remained sketches and ideas, but others he brought to life in the form of lamps. Thanks to a combination of imagination, talent and vision, Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen played an important role in Danish lamp design. From the 1950s onwards, Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen took the lead in the world of modern lighting during the heyday of Danish furniture design.
Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen