A classic pendant with charm and finesse, designed in the 1950s by the internationally renowned Danish lighting designer, Svend Aage Holm-Sørensen. The rigorous expression means that the Cone pendant can hang beautifully alone or as part of a group, above the dining table or kitchen worktop, or in a dark corner of the living room.
In addition to direct lighting, Cone’s iconic light grooves along the edge of the metal shade provide an indirect graphic lighting effect, which lends character to the design. Choose from several classic colours in Warm Nordic’s exclusive silky matt finish, which guarantees an extraordinarily beautiful and durable surface.
3m cord length
Available in a range of coloured finishes
Our furniture and lighting products generally require production and transport lead times. Please contact us to confirm timeframe.
The Pendant is part of a wider Cone series by Warm Nordic. This piece hangs elegantly in the kitchen or above Warm Nordic lounge offerings and can be paired with the Cone Wall lamp for aesthetic continuity throughout the home.
The Maker /
Warm Nordic is a Danish lifestyle brand with a focus on designer furniture, lighting and homeware. The company celebrates the rich history of mid century Scandinavian design alongside work from today's leading contemporary Nordic designers.
A curated selection of authentic mid-century design classics are combined with bold modern work, destined to be the New Nordic icons of the future.
The Designer /
Svend Aage Holm-Sorensen
Danish designer Svend Aage Holm Sørensen (1913 – 2004) is known for his self-produced lighting designs dating from the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s. As a licensed ornamental metalworker, Holm-Sørensen possessed an experimental, yet balanced understanding of materials. His passion for lighting design was evident wherever he was, he would sketch ideas on everything: envelopes, theatre programmes, even tram tickets.
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