pendants & recessed ceiling/wall light

design Marcel Wanders, 2007

The Skygarden pendant is a real masterpiece that brings us into a world of extreme refinement. The large aluminum dome covers a sumptuous white plaster decor, molded with ornaments and garlands of flowers. 

The mix between this minimalist bell-shaped exterior and these neo-baroque decorations gives life to a surprising and delicate harmony. The internal opal glass diffuser is covered with a fine baroque steel lace. To achieve this extraordinary suspension, the whimsical designer Marcel Wanders was inspired by the patterns that adorned the ceilings of his childhood home on which he loved to contemplate. Skygarden provides diffused and sustained lighting without being blinding. This pendant can therefore be easily positioned above a table. 

The Skygarden pendant comes with a transparent electric cable and a steel suspension cable. Skygarden is also available in a recessed ceiling or wall light version.

Materials plaster dome, aluminum alloy exterior structure, stainless steel diffuser decoration – 2.70m cable

SKYGARDEN Small pendant

Light source E14 - LED retrofit T28 bulb 10W 900lm included

Skygarden small – Matt black

Skygarden small – Black

Skygarden small – Rusty brown

Skygarden small – Gold

Skygarden small – White

SKYGARDEN 1 & 2 pendants

Light source E27, bulb not included

Skygarden 1 – Matt black

Skygarden 2 – Matt black

Skygarden 1 – Black

Skygarden 2 – Black

Skygarden 1 – Rusty brown

Skygarden 2 – Rusty brown

Skygarden 1 – Gold

Skygarden 2 – Gold

Skygarden 1 – White

Skygarden 2 – White

Skygarden 1

Skygarden 2

SKYGARDEN wall/ceiling recessed light

Light source G9 or GY6.35 (avec transformateur), bulb not included

Skygarden Recessed – G9 or GY6,35

Marcel Wanders

Born in the Netherlands in 1963, iconoclastic designer Marcel Wanders has made humor and originality the foundation of his work. The success of Marcel Wanders started with his iconic Knotted Chair, made for Droog Design in 1996. Today, he is omnipresent and works as a designer for the most important European design companies such as B & B Italia, Bisazza, Poliform, Moroso, Flos, Boffi, Cappellini, Droog Design and Moooi of which he is also the artistic director and co-owner.

He became known in the 90s in the famous designer collective Droog Design. The studio quickly became a reference in the world of design thanks to a production described by some as insolent but finding always more enthusiastic buyers. However, Wanders' projects are a bit too original for market publishers at that time.

In order to maintain his independence from the manufacturers, Marcel Wanders founded his own publishing house in 2001: Moooi, which means "beautiful" in Dutch. Marcel Wanders' whimsical, offbeat and provocative style expresses itself fully in the Moooi collection.

The style of Wanders is explosive and inimitable. The designer does not hesitate to leave the often minimalist paths of current design by proposing over the top and poetic creations. The creations of Marcel Wanders are exhibited in the most prestigious museums including the MoMA in New York.