- Result of the first collaboration between Louise Campbell and Louis Poulsen Lighting – Won the prestigious gold International Forum Design Award in 2005 – Offers classic shape with a modern twist – Double shade composition allows for the capturing of light within the layers – Constructed from blown glass and embellished with sandblasted stripes – Suitable for positioning over dining tables, hallways, conference rooms, retail areas, etc.
Campbell pendant creates direct and diffuse illumination. The design is inspired by light refraction in nature. The pendant consists of two separate layers of glass. Light passes through two separate glass shades, and the frosted stripes create a three-dimensional experience when viewing the fixture and shields from direct glare. The staggered sandblasted stripes aid in emanating diffuse light.
Clear glass with sandblasted stripes.
Story behind the product
The inception of the Campbell Pendant was to captivate some of the purest impressions we have when we experience outdoor light. The most conspicous contrast between natural and artificial light is that nature only has one light source, and we never look directly at it. Our perception of light is determined by the innumerable layers, which nature has created and which filter and reflect the light. Based on these ideas the Campbell pendant consists of two equidistant shades. When light refracts through the shades, its direction changes. The frosted stripes enhance the unique sense of depth, while also alleviating glare form the light source.