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Louis Weisdorf, the renowned Danish architect and designer, created this silver Facet pendant light in 1963. The Facet consists of 18 identically-shaped shades. The construction of the lamp is a 3-D puzzle, as each piece fits into the neighbouring pieces and the lamp gets its original shape when all pieces are put together and a cylinder is formed.
Weisdorf designed two versions of the Facet, a silver and a gold one. We have both versions in our collection.
In case you would like to know more about the similarities and the differences between Facet and its successor the Facet-Pop we advise you to have a look at the Discover section of our website.
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Eighteen identical shades put together to form a cylinder
Very good vintage condition
Silver, two tone coloured blue interior
27 cm / 11 inch
17 cm / 7 inch
0.7 kg / 2 lb
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Techniques:Eighteen identical shades put together to form a cylinder
Condition:Very good vintage condition
Colour:Silver, two tone coloured blue interior
Height:27 cm / 11 inch
Diameter:17 cm / 7 inch