Pendant lamp with New York industrial charm
The Duane pendant lamp was designed by Søren Rose for Menu, having been inspired by the special glamour of the city of New York in the late 1930s. The industrial charm of the district of Tribeca in the southwestern part of Manhattan was the biggest influence for the style of the pendant lamp.
Søren Rose traveled to the United States for his lamps collection, in order to find beautiful old lamps and recyclable parts. He carefully disassembled these parts, re-assembled them differently and created a variety of individual objects.
More than just a light source
Elegant details complete the industrial style of the pendant lamp and ensure a very special retro-chic look. This is how the Duane is more than 'just' a light source. The fact that the lampshade of the Duane pendant lamp is not above it, but next to the light source, is the reason why exceptional lighting effects emerge. allowing the illumination of individual objects.