Innermost Brixton Cluster Suspension Light

Designed by James Bartlett for Innermost
£2,832 inc. VAT
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Designed by James Bartlett for Innermost, the Brixton Cluster's eye-catching hanging pendants form a beautiful hanging decoration that is a true showpiece chandelier.

Inspired by the Victorian railway and residential architecture of south London, the Brixton Cluster chandelier is remarkably simplistic whilst maintaining a strong engineered aesthetic. Invigorated by the octangle turrets that appear on an array of buildings from medieval castles and later Victorian architecture, the strategically superintended design, conveys an impression of wealth, power and strength. Giving the user creative control, the pendants are suspended around a circular disk allowing the clusters to be arranged into various patterns. Arranged as a down-lit cluster chandelier, the cords themselves criss-cross to create decorative geometric patterns projecting shadows upon neighbouring surfaces. Suitable for residential or corporate settings, the Brixton Cluster Light is sure to arouse conversation whilst continuing to be a stylish and contemporary light source.

Max. Height (of cluster): 250cm
Disk Diameter: 80cm
Pendant Height: 20cm x Diameter: 4.5cm
Ceiling fixture: Diameter: 20cm x Height: 5cm
Cable length: max. 4 metres

Materials & finishes
Aluminium and stainless steel body with a copper finish. Black PVC cable.

Light Source (included)
10 x DC Integrated 8W LED
375/600 Lumen
CRI 90
Triac/Lutron Dimmable

IP20 Rated

Please note this product is CE approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.