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The Heracleum Endless pendant completes the eponymous collection which already includes 2 pendants and 2 chandeliers. It shows the same botanical design, with stems ended by thin petals serving as reflectors.
Heracleum Endless can be suspended alone, above a table or a worktop; as its name suggests – Endless – it can also be used to create a long path of light inflorescences, almost to infinity.
Delivered by default with a straight connector, it can be used with bended connectors, available in option, to create turns and thus give rhythm and volume to an interior.
The Heracleum Endless pendant will find its place as well in the private setting – loft, kitchen, dining room... – as public – in a shop window, in a showroom, or in a large hall.
A LED is located at the end of each ramification and is adorned with a small leaf of polycarbonate that can rotate around its stem. The light thus diffused is unique and sparkling.
The Heracleum Endless pendant is powered by a specific moooi technology, invented by the Danish designer Marcel Wanders: an "electrosandwich". It allows the LEDs to be powered directly through layers of conductive material within the frame and thus avoid a whole bunch of cables.
Dimensions W116 x D57 x H37 cm. 4m transparent cord – 2 canopies – 1 straight connector included
Light source 45 LED, 16W, 2600K (warm light), 1180 lm, dimmable
Materials metal wire frame, polycarbonate lenses, ultra thin suspension wire
bended connectors (on option)
The Heracleum Endless pendants are delivered by default with a straight connector, for creations in straight lines. You have the possibility to create a whole luminous way thanks to bended connectors, in options. 2 connectors are available: bended at 90° or 135°.
Bertjan Pot is a designer, probably best known for his Random Light (1999). The light started as a material experiment, which is basically the start of each product created by Studio Bertjan Pot. The outcome is usually an interior product showing a fascination for techniques, structures, patterns and colors. Most experiments start quite impulsively by a certain curiosity for how things would function or how something would look. From there Bertjan takes on challenges with manufacturers to explore possibilities and push the boundaries a bit. The reward for each challenge is a new one. Studio Bertjan Pot works with manufacturers such as Arco, Established & Sons, Feld, Gelderland, Montis, Moooi and Richard Lampert.