Nemo Crown Summa Pendant Lamp

  • £4,460.00

  • Ex Vat: £3,716.67

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Nemo Crown Summa Pendant Lamp


Inspired by the delicate structure of a snowflake, the Nemo Crown lamp series is a combination of a die-cast aluminium modular structure and sandblasted glass diffusers. Available in a variety of finishes and sizes, the lamp is a modern chandelier solution with its linear appearance and contemporary lamp holders. 


Markus Jehs and Jurgen Laub set up their studio in 1994, having studied in Germany and New York. Based in Stuttgart, Jehs+Laub have collaborated with some of Europes leading premium brands to create prize winning decorative pieces.


Available Colours & Finishes:

Polished Aluminium, Matt White, Matt Black, Matt Gold, Gold Plated or Black Plated with a clear cable.


Materials:

Die-cast aluminium, sandblasted glass


Dimensions:

Height: 157 cm, width: 109 cm, depth: 113 cm. Cable: 3.5 m.


Light Source:

48x25W-Halogen, G9 socket (light source not included). Dimmable.


Design by Jehs+Laub




One of the global leaders in lighting, striving to constantly create innovative cutting edge design. Founded in Milan in 1993, NEMO represents, within the design lighting producers’ scenario, a benchmark name, going back to the roots of innovation that always inspired Italian design. The collection of contemporary design includes designs by Carlo Forcolini, Jehs + Laub, Javier Mariscal, Karim Rashid, Ilaria Marelli, Foster+Partners, Hannes Wettstein and Roberto Paoli.Alongside this wide range of products, Nemo edits the Masters collection, a unique selection of icons, realised by the designers that have provided a fundamental contribution to the creation of the contemporary design: Le Corbusier, Vico Magistretti, Franco Albini, Charlotte Perriand and Kazuhide Takahama.


Alongside this wide range of products, Nemo edits the Masters collection, a unique selection of icons, realised by the designers that have provided a fundamental contribution to the creation of the contemporary design: Le Corbusier, Vico Magistretti, Franco Albini, Charlotte Perriand and Kazuhide Takahama.