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Kepler, Kepler Minor and Kepler Petite
pendants

design Arihiro Miyake, 2019

The Kepler suspension and its two smaller versions Kepler Minor and Kepler Petite were designed by Arihiro Miyake to create a new way of illuminating space. Their aerial spiral shapes seem to defy the laws of gravitation of the famous astronomer Johannes Kepler.This three-dimensional construction also makes it possible to reverse the direction of the light by choosing up or down lighting.

In epoxy varnished aluminium, they are available in white, matt black or gold and provide a diffused and comfortable light. The continuous line is made using an aluminum extrusion process, designed on the basis of the geometric principle of the Möbius strip.

These three pendant lights are perfectly suited to large spaces and adorn any type of interior with an elegant modernity. Perfect for living rooms, dining rooms, reception rooms or public places.

Dimensions cable length 2,5 m
Light source integrated LED Kepler 86 W 4500lm - Kepler Minor 77W 4000lm - Kepler Petite 60W 1954lm, 2700K (warm light) or 3000K (warm white light), dimmable

Kepler

Dimensions L110 x H40 cm

white

1914 €

black

1914 €

gold painted

2178 €

Kepler Minor

Dimensions L84 x H35 cm

white

1476 €

black

1476 €

gold painted

1668 €

Kepler Petite

Dimensions L50 x H22 cm

white

828 €

black

828 €

gold painted

948 €

Arihiro Miyake

«A way to the Future — I’d like to believe that Design can indicate us to the new day.»
Arihiro Miyake (born in 1975 / Kobe, Japon)
Graduated from Kobe Design University, in Japan in 1999, and graduate of a Masters degree in furniture and spatial design from Aalto University, in Finland, in 2002. After working at a few design studios in Helsinki and Milan, in 2004, he established his own design studio «Studio Arihiro Miyake» in Helsinki, Finland. The studio works internationally on diverse design projects, from architecture for restaurants / exhibition to furniture / lighting designs. Arihiro Miyake seeks the immortal aesthetics upon the innovative and technical challenges.