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The Tubes pendant and ceiling lights are part of the eponymous collection which also includes two wall lights. Designed by Charles Kalpakian for Nemo Lighting, these lamps diffuse a soft, glare-free light thanks to their dimmable LED boards and opaline diffusers. While the suspension emits light exclusively downwards, the ceiling lamp allows the direction of the light to be adapted: the tube fixed to the ceiling can rotate on itself through 340°, while he other element can move 90°; a multitude of lighting positions are available to you.
Materials extruded aluminum body, opal polycarbonate diffusers
Light source 3 x integrated LED boards, 5,5W, 2700K (warm light), 120 lumen, dimmable
Dimensions L24 x H50 cm, 3 m cable, canopy Ø11 x H3 cm
Light source 2 x integrated LED boards, 13W, 2700K (warm light), 640 lumen, dimmable
Dimensions height 30 cm, max depth 25 cm, tubes Ø7 cm
The fixed element can rotate at 340°, the other one is adjustable by 90°
Light source 2 x integrated LED boards, 4,2W, 2700K (warm light), 374 lumen, dimmable
Dimensions height 24 cm, max depth 19,7 cm
The fixed element can rotate at 340°, as for the second one
Charles Kalpakian was born in Beirut, Lebanon in 1982. After collaborating with prestigious agencies including the Era Ito and Christophe Pillet in 2011, he launched his design studio and has since then been developing his own projects.
He draws his inspiration from his roots in France and Lebanon, as well as street-art culture. These influences can be seen in his work through the reinterpretation of patterns derived from the decorative arts that were in turn inherited from the history and geography of Lebanon. Charles’ line of work is always sharp yet flexible; almost like the strokes created by a calligraphy brush.
Ranging from product to interior design, his ventures always highlight the richness of his origins combined with the elements of Western modernity. JM design gallery in Beirut and also designs private commissions.
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