Date designed: 2013
The Frankie Pendant marries a finely handcrafted solid Ash timber arm with a recycled acoustic felt panel shade. This combination of a few clever components creates a refined and elegant modular lighting system.
The Extension module is an innovative addition to the Pendant. Each Extension module allows the Frankie Pendant to be extended length-ways in 500mm increments to as long as you wish.
The Corner module is another innovative addition to this modular lighting system. The corner module allows the Pendant to go around corners. For example going down and around hallways, following a 'L' or 'U' shaped bar in a restaurant or following a line of tables.
This flexible lighting solution is designed for both commercial and domestic applications where a single pendant and/or a longer pendant light is required over long tables and bars etc.
The faceted shape of the recycled polyester felt shade, combined with the fabrics excellent acoustic properties helps reduce ambient noise in the environment it hangs in.
Pendant - 350mmH x 400mmW x 400mmL+
(Add 500mm to length for each flat panel extension)
American ash timber, recycled PET panel, braided cable, lamp holder.
Natural timber arm, solid grey shade, or charcoal outside/white inside shade, or grey outside/white inside shade. Red, black or white braided cable. Other shade and cable colours available on request, min order may apply.
Comes with cord and lampholder. Does not come with bulb or ceiling rose.
We try to hold all products in stock. If we do not have it in stock allow a 2-4 week lead time for this product.
- The shade material provides excellent acoustic absorbency.
- The shade is made from 100% recycled and recyclable PET (approximately 65% post consumer waste) and carries certifications that can contribute to Green Star ratings.
- The shade material is UV stabilised to resist colour fading and moisture damage. This material is also: non-toxic, non-allergenic, highly durable and easy to clean.
- Comes flat packed to reduce its size for transport.