Trapeze Modular Pendant Lamp – Oblure

Trapeze Modular Pendant Lamp – Oblure

from 1,095.00

Maker: Oblure | Sweden
Designer: Jette Scheib | Germany
Year: 2017

The highly memorable Trapeze lamp is fixed in a single pose with endless possibilities. The pendant features an elegant solitary performance that can be extended to a group by connecting the lamp with one, two or more.

Designed with the intention of adding a new dimension to a functional object, interactive construction allows the user to combine uplight and downlight at the same time.

- Contemporary German Design
- Price is for single pendant
- Large Combinations can be created

- W 37.5cm, H 16cm, D 29.5cm
- Cord Length: 300cm

- Steel and opal glass

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Made by Oblure

As a hybrid of the words ‘Object’ and ‘Allure’, Swedish lighting company Oblure perfectly embodies the initial delight felt in discovering an object that is completely new and unique. The company's vision is to offer characterful modern lighting to a worldwide community of design lovers with a goal to create unique objects that intrigue and surprise the beholder.

Astep is a design company that brings to the domestic landscape, the experience, knowledge and the future-oriented outlook that has been nurtured in founder Alessandro Sarfatti's family for three generations, and bridges it with the latest developments in digital technologies.

Design is about conveying an emotion that affects human life and enhances everyday experience.
— Erik Möller | Oblure Founder
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Designed by Jette Scheib

Jette Scheib (Germany) studied Industrial Design at the University of the Arts (UdK) in Berlin. After graduation she founded her own studio and has since been designing products for international companies, specializing in home accessories and lighting. Jette has also worked as a design teacher at the University of the Arts (UdK).

Jette is inspired by nature and organic shapes, but also by people and everyday life. She is an observer, always studying the surroundings, objects, people, people interacting with objects and each other. Jette is driven by a great curiosity, intuition and the desire to create something that has value.