Prompt delivery: at your home in 48/72 hours

Caché pendant lamp, black | Le Klint

by Le Klint

Price starting at 336,00 All the prices are including the VAT (22%)
Description:CACHÉ in French means hidden, which is beautifully symbolized by the hand-folded lampshade that has been elegantly integrated to reveal the unique DNA of LE KLINT classics. This beautiful [...] Read All


This product is already in your cart!
Order now: delivery is estimated by 07 May
  • ORIGINAL PRODUCT

  • EASY RETURNS

  • SAFE PAYMENT

Name

Caché pendant lamp, black | Le Klint

Year of collection

2014

THE DESIGNER

AURÉLIEN BARBRY

Measures

Available in 4 sizes

Material

Steel | Brass

Light source XS

420 Lumen - E14 - 10W (Led) included

Light source S

600 Lumen - E27 - 20W (Led) included

Light source M

800 Lumen - E27 - 20W (Led) included

Light source L

1200 Lumen - E27 - 20W (Led) included

Energy class

A+

Cod.

155XSB, 155SB, 155MB, 155LB

EAN

5703387115576, 5703387115514, 5703387115521, 5703387115538

CACHÉ in French means hidden, which is beautifully symbolized by the hand-folded lampshade that has been elegantly integrated to reveal the unique DNA of LE KLINT classics. This beautiful design was created by the French designer Aurélien Barbry, who was once an apprentice for the famous French architect Jean Nouvel.

The CACHÉ series consist of five pendants, a table and a floor lamp. All models are manufactured in a sleek contemporary design, stamped with the guarantee of LE KLINTs high quality  craftsmanship. All parts are produced in Denmark. The lamp series is available in black or grey featuring a subtle yet elegant brass detail.

AURÉLIEN BARBRY

Aurélien Barbry was born in 1969. Aurelién Barbry graduated with Honor from Ecole Camondo Paris as an industrial and interior designer. He started his career by working with famous architect Jean Nouvel. Since then Aurélien Barbry has worked on many different interior and design projects, his clients include Georg Jensen, COR, Menu, Normann Copenhagen and ENO among others. Since 2007 he set up his own studio and he's today based in Copenhagen where he continues to work on challenging design. Quote: "Design is an exercise where you take the simplest things in your daily life and ask yourself how they could be done differently. I want to move objects towards simplicity and obviousness of the form so it becomes dialogue with the end user. Reinstate everyday forms, simple and accurate." [...]
Close ✗