Pendant lamp inspired by New York City in the 1930s
The Harrison Chandelier Pendant Lamp by Menu belongs to the Tribeca lighting series by Menu and was inspired by the New York glamour of the late 1930s. The name Tribeca goes back to a very trendy part of Manhattan in that era, directly bordering on the financial district and in which bankers and brokers lived at the time.
Composite lamp made of steel or brass
The inspiration for the lights of the series came to Søren Rose on a trip through the United States in search of beautiful old lamps and recyclable parts. All parts of the original Harrison Chandelier Pendant Lamp, were previously part of other things and then assembled into a new lamp. The composite powder-coated steel or the brass creates a lamp with five lamp fixtures, which transmit the charm of the 1930s as well as giving it a modern and noble appearance.
The Harrison Chandelier Pendant Lamp by Menu consists of powder-coated steel in different colours or brass. The bulbs are not included in the delivery.