The CONCERT Pendant is a design by Jørn Utzon, one of the most famous and influential Danish architects. Jørn Utzon is the creator of the iconic Sydney Opera, whose characteristic shape is obviously reflected in the Concert Pendant.
The Concert lamp consists of a pyramidal glass structure on which hang the four white lacquered metal lampshades which diffuse the light.
Dimensions P1 Ø32 x H16.6 cm (3m cord) – P3 Ø55 x H32 cm (6m cord)
Light source 1 x E27
Material acid frosted glass and drawn steel, white lacquered
P1 – Ø32 cm – White
P3 – Ø55 cm – White
P1 – Ø32 cm – Black
P3 – Ø55 cm – Black
Creating things for people. This is the primal theme of probably Denmark’s most famous architect of all time: Jørn Utzon. He was educated at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, concluding in 1942 and then developed his talent further at studios such as the Alvar Aalto studio in Helsinki. This inspiration helped Jorn Utzon to gradually optimise his talent for creating architectural, organic space while maintaining respect for people, nature and surroundings.
Jørn Utzon saw a clear parallel between music and light. Both are crucial for feeling emotions. In developing his designs for Fritz Hansen, he worked to ensure that light constantly promotes the atmosphere of a room, whether it is used for cosy togetherness, for a particular function or for sheer inspiration. His universe, “Music,” reflects musical interest and fascination. The design of his first lamp for Fritz Hansen - Lightyears draws a golden thread from the Sydney Opera House. It completes the picture of Jørn Utzon as a lamp designer and architect of highest international stature.