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Nelson Ball Bubble Pendant

Designer @
George Nelson
Brand @
HAY
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Restaurant
€529
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The Nelson Ball Bubble Pendant Light by Hay is 7. design of designer George Nelson created in 1947.

Product information

The Nelson Ball Bubble Pendant Light by Hay is a 194-year 7. design by designer George Nelson. Nelson was looking for lighting for his office at the time and was inspired by a range of satin Swedish pendant lights. But since the price for the lamps was too high for him, he decided to create some himself. For his design he made a steel wire frame and used a plastic spray developed by the US military. This lay like a cocoon over the frame, creating a uniquely light and elegant look. The lamp went into series production and is still manufactured today in the same factory as then.

The light shines gently through the thin-walled polymer and ensures pleasant, glare-free light in the room. Above the dining table or desk, the luminaire can be arranged individually or in several stylish ways. George Nelson made several forms of the lamp, which can also be wonderfully combined with each other.

Materials

Shade
Webbing polymer

Frame Top & Bottom Ring
Coated and brushed metal and nickel.

Cord
White PVC insulation

Dimensions

Small
DIAMETER 32,5 CM
HEIGHT 30,5 CM

Medium
DIAMETER 48,5 CM
HEIGHT 39,5 CM

Large
DIAMETER 68 CM
HEIGHT 59,5 CM

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Story

Designed by pioneering American designer George Nelson in 1947, and first produced in 1952, the Bubble Lamp signalled a revolution in the Modernist lighting industry. Available in an assortment of organic sizes and shapes, these elegant orbs were inspired by a set of silk-covered Swedish pendant lamps Nelson wanted for his office, but found to be too expensive.

Employing the resourcefulness that characterised his working process, he decided to use a self-webbing plastic spray developed by the U.S. military, and applied it over a lightweight, rounded-steel frame to produce these soft, glowing fixtures

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