Suspension Lamp Diffuses Light Through Crystal

The crystal form of the Jefferson Suspension Lamp evokes the prismatic visuals of the late ’60s counterculture.
The crystal form of the Jefferson Suspension Lamp evokes the prismatic visuals of the late ’60s counterculture.

Lodes has introduced the Jefferson Suspension Lamp. Its crystal form evokes the prismatic visuals of the late ’60s counterculture. Created through a special pressing technique that imprints meticulous details on the crystal surface, the fixture is suspended from a thin yet strong Kevlar-reinforced cable. The lamp is available in various sizes and compositions to suit any space, including cluster configurations that multiply the kaleidoscopic effect of the light. The Jefferson mini consists of two elliptical crystal diffusers joined together on a black chrome frame. When lit, the undulating pattern on the crystal bodies appear to spin. Similarly, the small and medium variations are created through the addition of cylindrical modules made possible by extension joints that cater to all scales and ranges of spaces. The lamp’s 3-watt LED module features a CRI equal to 90.

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