The exceptional Birdie chandelier was designed by Ingo Maurer in 2002. The lamp consists of a frame with 12 lightbulbs that resemble illuminated birds. As is often the case with Ingo Maurer, lightbulbs are at the centre of Birdie’s design.
Every one of the 12 lightbulbs has a pair of wings. They resemble small, bright birds that fly around the lamp in a swarm. Birdie’s wings are made of goose feather and the metal parts are tin-plated.
The lamp’s canopy includes two integrated transformers. The chandelier is run off of 12 low-voltage lightbulbs (230/125/24V, max. 180W (12 x max. 15W), E27 sockets).
The lightbulbs as well as two replacement lightbulbs are included. Birdie is designed for rooms with a height of 230 to 260 cm. The chandelier is not suitable for rooms with high humidity.The cable for the lamp is available both transparent or in red/blue.