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Tyvek pendant lamp. With its organic and perfectly symmetrical design, Phrena inspires harmony and creates a beautiful, warm atmosphere.
Manufacturer / designer: Karl Zahn for Artecnica
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Product information

Upon manipulation this perfectly flat light fixture transforms into a beautiful 3-D shade. Created from the ‚Äúsimplicity of opening a book, the pages of this light work together to create perfect symmetry.‚ÄĚ Artecnica‚Äôs use of white Tyvek once again creates a glow and adds warmth to any environment. Can be configured for up-lighting or down-lighting distribution.

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- Features: Tyvek pendant lamp. 60W maximum lamp rating. Power cord not included. Compatible with Artecnica Power Cord available in our catalogue.

- Dimensions: 33,02 cm (H) x 53,34 cm (D).

- Material: Tyvek. White coated steel interior frame. Tyvek is the trademark of a plastic material made of high-density polyethylene fibers. It is characterized by its durability, resistance and high breathability which contrast with the paper-like surface appearance. You can write and print on it!

- Colour: White.

Environmental information

Tyvek is a plastic material developed by DuPont that is characterized by its high durability and resistance, which helps extend the useful life of the product. In addition to this, it has a high degree of recyclability. A good example of this is the Grand Trianon lamp: Tyvek used in its manufacture comes exclusively from post-consumer waste. However, the Tyvek recycling program run by Dupont is currently limited to the United States. If not recycled, Tyvek has a relatively low environmental impact compared with other artificial materials.

About the designer: Karl Zahn

Karl Zahn studied Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design with an emphasis on manufacturing and fabrication. Studying in Denmark in 2002 supported his love of handcraft and his style bears a danish modern sensibility. His work deals with materiality and explores the practical and emotional relationship we have with products in this increasingly complicated world driven by technology and fraught with environmental guilt.

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