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Cone-Shaped Pendant Lamp

Inspired by French pine cones, the Zappy pendant lamp was created in 2012. Zappy is characterised by particularly high light yield. Cold lightbulbs are filtered through the high-quality wood veneer to light up all living rooms with great lighting quality and create the feeling of having brought a piece of nature into the home.

The Zappy pendant lamp was designed by Niklas Jessen and Julia Mülling. The living room lamp is part of the F series by the company Schneid.

Sustainable Production

The organic shape and natural-looking material of the Zappy pendant lamp is available by default in an untreated ash or oak version. While the ash veneer is characterised by a lighter colour and higher light output, the oak veneer appears darker so that the strong natural structure of the wood can be seen and the lamp becomes a beautiful light object.

All lights from the German company Schneid guarantee the highest quality and are produced in fair working conditions. The lamps’ wood comes from regional suppliers who source from sustainable forestries.

The Zappy pendant lamp by Schneid has an E27 base and is delivered including a 2m textile cable and a CableCup cover. The lamp is available in three different sizes.

Runner-up for the Green Product Award 2013/2014 in the category Newcomer - Interior Accessories.

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Item no. 139725
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Canopy included Yes
Safety class II
Protection class IP 20
Cable length 250 cm
Voltage 230V/50Hz
Illuminant included No
Base E27
Details Luminaire is supplied unmounted
Material Oak veneer
Colour Oak natural
Dimensions Height: 43 cm, Diameter: 36 cm
Weight 970 g (without packaging)
Delivery assembled
Light distribution Semi diffuse and indirect
Maximum power 60 Watt
EAN 4260497710868
Design Niklas Jessen and Julia Mülling
Please note Information on disposal
Category Pendant luminaires