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Item No. 100357686

Dancing Pendant

C$ 1,775.00
3.9 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100357686

Dancing Pendant

C$ 1,775.00
White
In Stock
  • Grandly scaled and playfully shaped.
  • PET felt shade made with recycled water bottles.
  • White fabric-covered cord.
  • 44" H 23" W 38" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • Threshold Delivery, In-Home Delivery

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Designed by Iskos-Berlin for Audo Copenhagen
Manufacturer SKU:
Dancing Pendant
C$ 1,775.00
Details

Details

Inspired by the idea that design is a way of telling stories, designers Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos gave their Dancing Pendant (2014) the playful look of a dancer’s pleated skirt caught mid-whirl. It captures movement and adds softness to any dining, living, or entry area. The pleated shade is made of PET felt, a recycled material produced mainly from used water bottles. UL Certified. Bulb (not included) LED 7W or Incandescent 60W E27. Made in Sweden.
  • Grandly scaled and playfully shaped.
  • PET felt shade made with recycled water bottles.
  • White fabric-covered cord.
Made of Recycled PET Materials (primarily recycled water bottles)
Brand
Audo Copenhagen
General Dimensions
  • 44" H 23" W 38" D
Product Weight
20 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Lifestyle
  • check-dark Eco-friendly

Dancing Pendant

  • Height (in): 44
  • Width (in): 23
  • Depth (in): 38
  • Weight (lbs): 20
  • Cord Length (in): 118
  • Polyester felt
  • White fabric-covered cord

Iskos-Berlin

Working from their Copenhagen studio, Aleksej Iskos and Boris Berlin approach design as “an art of storytelling” and they pay particular attention to the materiality of objects, often letting this define the language of their designs.

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