George Nelson Criss Cross Saucer white pendant light is part of the Bubble Lamp series designed by George Nelson in 1947. Commissioned by Howard Miller, the light was produced and sold as the Bubble Lamp Series in the early 1950s until 1979. Widely regarded as one of the classics of American modernism, the George Nelson Bubble Lamp series is a permanent feature collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It brightens up the surrounding area with timeless curves through the ingenious cocoon fabric creates a soft diffused light. This George Nelson Criss Cross Pendant is constructed from a super lightweight wire frame, covered with a woven white polymer cocoon material and sprayed over with a protective coating. This lamp looks especially attractive when it is hung and suspended at different lengths and heights together with Bubble Saucer, Bubble Apple, Bubble Cigar, Bubble Ball or Bubble Pear. We supply most, if not all, the products from this designer house. To find out more about a particular designer lighting collection, series, custom length, style, colour, shape, size, or ETA, do not hesitate to send us an enquiry from our online contact page.
Designer: George Nelson Lights by George Nelson
Application: Pendant / Ceiling Light
Other Applications: Wall Sconce, Table Lamp and Floor Lamp available on pre-order
Material: Premium Woven Polymer Cocoon and Steel
Colour: White | Clear Cord, White as Pre-Order Only
Dimensions: S Ф 38cm H15cm, M Ф 50cm H20cm, L Ф 65cm H27cm
Bulb: 1 x E27 LED Recommended
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Replica George Nelson Criss Cross Bubble Saucer Pendant Light is not made or manufactured by, affiliated or associated with, the original manufacturers or designer. Please note: Occasionally shape can vary just slightly from one time to time if intended to hang more than two site by site, please send us a note on the way to check out.