Vertigo from Petite Friture is a large but extremely light and flexible pendant lamp by the designer Constance Guisset. Not only is its weight light, but also its look, that moves softly to the rhythm of the wind. Vertigo is made out of a number of dynamic braces that create a shadow pattern when the light is turned on.
Because of its light weight of only 500 grams, and its large frame of about 2 metres, Vertigo moves to the rhythm of the wind. In soft air currents, the lamp sways and comes to life creating movement with its graceful wave-like structure. Vertigo brings elegance to any room, while at the same time, creating a soft and intimate atmosphere.
Despite its size, Vertigo—designed by Constance Guisset—doesn’t seem heavy. The light structure is made out of fibreglass, steel and polyurethane. Inside of the shade there is an E27 bulb with a maximum of 15 Watt. Vertigo is manufactured by the French company Petite Friture in black and green. Both models have a black cable and canopy.