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Item No. 100180671

Opala Pendant

C$ 1,415.00
3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100180671

Opala Pendant

C$ 1,415.00
Black
In Stock
  • Provides both atmospheric and direct lighting.
  • Designed by Hans Wegner.
  • Sleek, elegant silhouette.
  • 11¼" H 20⅜" W 20⅜" D 20⅜" DIA
Detailed Dimensions

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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Hans Wegner for Pandul
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Opala Pendant
C$ 1,415.00
Details

Details

Created for Copenhagen’s Hotel Scandinavia, which opened in the mid-70s, the Opala Collection is sleek and futuristic in look and function. The Opala Pendant is defined by its impact- and fade-resistant acrylic shade, which cleverly filters light. At the top, it allows 30%-40% of the illumination to seep through the sides, creating a soft glow; at the bottom, beams are targeted and direct, providing ample light for reading or working. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL, or incandescent; E27 base; 75W max. Made in Denmark. Other Opala lights include the Midi Table and Midi Floor.
  • Provides both atmospheric and direct lighting.
  • Designed by Hans Wegner.
  • Sleek, elegant silhouette.
  • Impact- and fade-resistant shade.
  • Made in Denmark.
Brand
Pandul
Collection
Opala Collection
General Dimensions
  • 11¼" H 20⅜" W 20⅜" D 20⅜" DIA
Product Weight
3.5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Opala Pendant

  • Height (in): 11¼
  • Width (in): 20⅜
  • Diameter (in): 20⅜
  • Depth (in): 20⅜
  • Weight (lbs): 3.5
  • Cord Length (in): 157½
  • Fabric cord
  • Painted aluminum
  • High-gloss acrylic shade
Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner stands among designers Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Poul Kjærholm and Verner Panton as a master of 20th-century Danish modernism. More specifically, he was instrumental in developing a body of work known as organic functionalism. His early training included both carpentry and architecture.

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