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Manufacturer's Product Description

Molecular 4-Light Pendant, Next, design by Hopf & Wortmann

This modular lighting system illuminates architecture in an innovative and aesthetically pleasing way. Based on combinable, illuminated balls, you can arrange your light source in corners and in and around room edges. Creating a brand new feeling for light.

There are three rectangular, flat surfaces on every Molecular Light ball: the flat surfaces allow an installation in corners, edges and a combination of up to eight balls. Using the ingenious aluminum fixation pyramid the installation to walls and the assembly of several Molecular Light balls to each other is very easy. To change the light source just pull off the PE shade. Table and pendant lamps with one, four or eight balls complete the range of the Molecular Light family.

About the Designer
Constantin Wortmann studied design in Munich, followed by an internship and several freelance design projects for Ingo Maurer. In 1998 he co-founded the design studio Büro für Form with Benjamin Hopf. Numerous international awards and exhibitions confirm the success of the studio which focuses on interior design, industrial design, furniture design and lighting design.

In 1999 Constantin Wortmann was introduced to Thomas Schulte in Leipzig and with him to next. But to call his work for next home collection just a freelance design job would be an understatement. Wortmann is part of the team, a member of the next family. Logo, CI, foto shoots, catalogue, trade fair stalls - all are unmistakably Büro für Form and definitely Constantin Wortmann. Thomas Schulte is the man who recognised the potential of Hopf and Wortmann and had the courage to work so closely with the young and yet unknown designers. While Benjamin Hopf has been going new ways since 2007, Constantin Wortmann created Alien for next and is once more toying with the viewing habits of his audience. Stay curious about what else he is going to design. We are looking forward with anticipation to what Wortmann is going to present next.

Lamping
Uses 4 x 40W Incandescent light bulb (not included)

Material
Poly Ethylene and Aluminum

Dimension
15.7" W x 8.3" H x 98.4" (overall Length)

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