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Raimond Dome pendant

 

Design Raimond Puts / Ox-ID studio

The Raimond Dome pendant is an evolution of the Raimond pendant lamp, originally designed in a spherical shape in 2007. It takes back the same principles and aesthetics, namely a double shell made of stainless steel strips, forming a thin and openwork triangular mesh, which carries the electric current. Tubular LEDs, powered by this metal structure, connect them. They emit a warm white light in all directions. At the top of the dome, a powerful wideangle LED spot broadly diffuses a warm light down. The result is sparkling, almost magical.

The Raimond Dome pendant can be suspended alone, in alignment, and even associated with other pendants of the collection. It will find its place a the private area – above a table or near a sofa – or in a public one – in a restaurant or hotel.

Materials stainless steel 304 (for indoor use only), acrylic glass (PMMA)

Dimensions Ø79 x H40 cm. 4 or 10m transparent cable

Weight 7kg

Light source 90 LED, 2879K (warm white light). Dimmable.

Light intensity 620 lumen

Canopy included

Raimond Dome

From 2865

Also see the Raimond & Raimond Zafu pendants

Raimond Puts

"LED it be"

If there is some sort of thread that travelled through the life of Raimond Puts (1937 - 2012) then it must be that of technical engineering. The machine designer he later became developed this talent already at a very early age when he played around with his Meccano toy box. Technical science has fascinated him since. During his technical education, he was trained in the craft of metalwork and a new world opened up for him.

About thirty years ago he began building models from cheap materials like strip–iron, mosquito nets & paper. He became attracted to the challenges of making geometric shapes & models. Over the years he has experimented with all sorts of shapes & materials. He searched for solutions to the practical problems he encounters with an angel-like patience & determination. Over the years his constructions became more refined and by making use of the LED-technique, Raimond found an extremely productive combination. In his work he searched for the ideal integration of beauty & functionality. In his designs he always searched for the essence & created with minimal means, achieving maximum results.

He was not only interested in the exterior results. His objects stand as models for a world in which everything is connected to everything else. Everything fits perfectly. This conceptual simplicity inspired him to continue searching for newer constructions. In them, he found peace & continuous surprises.

In 2010 Raimond Puts won the best Woonproduct of 2010 Award (Sanoma Woon Awards) with the Raimond light.