Random Light pendant

 

design Bertjan Pot

The Random Light pendant draws its originality mainly from its manufacturing process: a fiberglass thread is soaked in epoxy resin and then arranged randomly on an inflatable beach ball – hence its name, Random. 

The balloon is then deflated and pulled out from the shade by a round opening, thought to facilitate the change of bulb. The result is a kind of aerial and openwork skin, which gives a unique and unconventional lamp. 

It is advisable to fix the electric part near the round opening, for aesthetic and equilibrium issues.

Dimensions Ø50cm, Ø80cm, Ø105cm

Light source E27

Materials fiberglass soaked in epoxy resin, chromed steel pendant

Bertjan Pot

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.