Pendant lamp with four shades
During the design work for the Concert pendant lamp, designer and architect Jörn Utzon sought to create a pendant lamp with pure, organic lines.
Jörn Utzon, who designed the famous Sydney Opera House, is arguably one of the most important Danish architects of all time. At Concert he had the idea of harmoniously combining different shades and letting part of the light radiate upwards. The result is typical of Jörn Utzon and reminiscent of his greatest work, the Sydney Opera House.
The Concert pendant luminaire, produced by Fritz Hansen , consists of four shades and a parabolic reflector attached to the suspension for the hand-blown opal triple-layer glass. This causes the uniform light emanating from between the shades is pleasant.
The two upward-facing shades and part of the power line are illuminated by Concert while the downward light is diffused by the reflector. The reflector not only softens the light, but also ensures that you are never dazzled, regardless of the height of the lamp.
The model provides a pleasant, glare-free light without sacrificing light intensity. The light emitted between the shades also contributes to room lighting. Available in different sizes and colors.