RIME Pendant

design TAF Studio, 2020

The Rime Pendant light is a contemporary variation of the classic glass globe, which seduces with its balanced shape, its subtly frosted surface and its colored upper part matching the cord. It is available in four dimensions and several colours to adapt to any environment, whether private or public. We will install it alone or in a group, in a geometric or playful way.

Materials mouth blown glass, aluminium top, PVC cord
Colours white, black, grey, orange 

Rime Ø12 cm

Light source 1 x G9. LED bulb included, 2700K (warm light), 190 lumen. Dimmable.
Dimensions Ø12 x H15 cm - 4-m cord - canopy Ø9 x H5.6 cm

Black
215 €

Grey
215 €

Orange
215 €

White
215 €

Rime Ø25 cm

Light source 1 x E14. Bulb not included. Recommendation : LED 400-800 lm. Dimmable.
Dimensions Ø25 x H30 cm - 4-m cord - canopy Ø9 x H5.6 cm

Black
349 €

Grey
349 €

Orange
349 €

White
349 €

Rime Ø37 cm

Light source 1 x E27. Bulb not included. Recommendation : LED 750-1500 lm. Dimmable.
Dimensions Ø37 x H45.5 cm - 4-m cord - canopy Ø11 x H3.5 cm

Black
435 €

Grey
435 €

Orange
435 €

White
435 €

Rime Ø45 cm

Light source 1 x E27. Bulb not included. Recommendation : LED 750-1500 lm. Dimmable.
Dimensions Ø45 x H55.5 cm - 4-m cord - canopy Ø11 x H3.5 cm

Black
539 €

Grey
539 €

Orange
539 €

White
539 €

TAF Studio

TAF Studio is a Stockholm-based design and architecture practice, founded by Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom, working to breathe new life into domestic products through refined design.

On Their Design Philosophy: “Our aim is to make ordinary life less ordinary through subtle but effective changes in how products and architecture appear and function. A recurrent departure point in our projects is that everyday objects, by their obvious commonness, can be made uncommon.”

On New Nordic Design: “We think that New Nordic design will upkeep its relevance in design and preserve the good social values that it is famous for. Amongst other things, the use of wood has always been part of our tradition and we believe it is something to develop further.”