The first Pantone Light Collection, called Coll. One, takes inspiration from the functional, clean lines of Scandinavian architecture.
“In creating the Pantone collection, we set out to bring better lighting to the customer that was both color-focused and playful, yet simple and built on Scandinavian design elements,” say Kåre Arndt de Thurah, art director of e3light and creative director of Pantone Light. “Staying true to e3light’s core—environment, economy, energy—Pantone Light will serve the consumer and design trade community, offering unique lighting solutions for any space.”
The Deneb pendant, the line’s signature piece, features a minimalistic shape made of powder-coated metal and a fabric-covered cable in six Pantone colors, including white, black beauty, cardinal, forest biome, sargasso sea, and pewter. According to Pantone, the pendant complments Wattnott vintage bulbs or can pair with Pantone’s Light Mintaka and Sargas lampshades.
The Castor pendant lamp, the collection’s second pendant option, features a smooth steel shade on a matching cord. The outer sanded matte coat comes in three Pantone colors, including white, black beauty, and pewter, and contrasts the white glossy finish on the inside. It comes in two sizes that can be used alone or in clusters, and takes incandescent, low energy, halogen, and LED light bulbs.
The collection’s Mintaka fabric lampshade is available in four colors and the Sargas felt shade is available in two colors. Both come in two sizes and have removable top mounted diffusers that can direct light downward. The collection also features two lamp bodies, the Capella table lamp and the Antares floor lamp. Both are made of white lacquered steel and can use the Mintaka and Sargas shades.
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