• Blind Pendant Light shade

Blind Pendant Light shade

  • £299.00

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The Blind Pendant lamp is designed by the design duo Johansen Faurschou. The lamp has an adjustable lampshade that allows you to create different expressions and light as needed. The name ‘blind’ refers to the lamp’s dimming function, which allows you to change the intensity of the light just by adjusting the lampshade into one of its three possible positions.

E27 socket — max 40W  please note that the light bulb is not included.

  • Size: Height 32/45 - diameter 35 cm 
  • Materials: Powder covered aluminum,  mouth-blown glass, brass detail, and 3 meters of fabric cord 
  • Design: Johansen Faurschou for Munk Collective


Johansen & Faurschou was established in 2012 by Anita Johansen and laura Faurschou, both graduates from the Royal Danish Academy of fine arts schools of architecture, design, and conservation. their ambition is to create products with a long-lasting expression through a precise and effortless style focusing on the function. for MUNK collective they have designed FRAME tray, FRAME mirror, and BLIND lamp.

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