“Our ambition was to design a pendant with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic.”

Canopy included
Yes
Diameter
35cm
Environment
Indoor
Finish
Opal Glass
Height
40cm
Light bulb cap type
E27
Light bulbs included
No
Materials
Lacquered steel shade with plated steel suspension, 4 meter fabric cord.
Max wattage
100w
Total cable length
400cm
Weight
3kg
Year of design
2014

The Copenhagen Pendant is an exercise in contrasts. Combining the classic and the modern, the maritime and the industrial, it is a new pendant developed by Space Copenhagen for &tradition. Following the success
of their first collaboration, the Fly Lounge Series, &tradition have worked with Space Copenhagen again to produce a pendant range in matt lacquered metal, one of Space Copenhagen’s first lights to enter production.


Space Copenhagen

Graduates from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, their scope of projects extends from furniture, design objects and art installa- tions to interiors.With a roster of clients like Georg Jensen, By Malene Birger, the Louisiana Museum of Modern art and five-star Hotel D’Angleterre. Not to mention Michelin star Restaurant NOMA, voted the Best Restaurant in the World.
Together they strive to create an elegant, intimate atmosphere, drawing on
a mix of materials and subdued tones. Using organic materials such as wood, stone, leather and brass, which age gracefully over time.
The FLY Lounge Series is all about lounging. It lets you sit, lie down, rest and relax anyway you choose. Instead of imposing a certain posture, the loose cushions are there for you to freely arrange or re-arrange. Select either of the two sofas or the pouf, and you’ll experience cosy with a capital C. Space Cop- enhagen’s brilliant balance of soft and sturdy, as well as their attention to the universal need for comfort makes this a modern series with a classic appeal –
a key criteria at &tradition.
Products for&tradition: FLY lounge series and Copenhagen Pendant.


Craft meets art. Function meets form. Material meets potential.