Dancing Pendant Light

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Both sculptural and light, the Dancing Pendant Light designed by Iskos-Berlin for Menu is a refined overhead light with an unexpected shape. The pleated shade is constructed of a polyester felt, giving the pendant both visual and tactile texture. Resembling a tutu or a skirt, the shade has a flared, pyramidal silhouette that is given certain movement with the undulating waves of the shade. The Dancing Pendant Light was inspired by the idea of an elegant dancer on the floor, mid-twirl, and it will add similar elegance and drama into an interior. The light can be used as a focal point in a dining room, and will make a distinctive overhear light in other rooms like a living room or master bedroom.

Written by Marianne Colahan / Dwell