NLC Pendant light has unique striking yet elegantly puzzling appearance. Designed by Constantin Wortmann, this LED lamp features the blend of chaotic and organic form that makes it so appealing, perfect for your dining room. It changes its shape with every new vantage point of the beholder.
The most striking element the moment one enters into a room it its interior lighting effects. A good mix of Interior lighting gives us a cozy feeling and gives the living area a new dimension. With different lighting effects, your living room would become the attention grabbing element. While there are plenty of lighting models available today, MODLI stays unique with its distinctive shapes and lighting effects. This modular illuminating object consists of several elements combined in many ways to form different shapes. With MODLI, you can create the shape as well as color of your choice and decorate your living area. It’s just a matter of creating your own perfect light. Being simplistic in design and quite practical for maintenance, MODLI creates fantastic lighting effects in pubic areas as well. This modular illuminating object will definitely be of interest for people who are aficionados of interior lights. Play with the endless shapes MODLI offers and make versatile lighting effects for your living room.
Designer : Vanja Valencak
Vanja explanations about Modli Elements
One of the most important elements of MODLI lamp is a 77 mm long illuminating object consisting of LED technology bulbs. One of its main characteristics is simplicity and clean form where minimum interventions were applied to create a unique shape. MODLI lamp is made of semi-transparent ABS plastic. It is very easy to produce. It is simple for both use and maintenance.
The second, equally important element of MODLI lamp, is the illuminating object, designed to form quarter of a circle in top projection. In designing the MODLI lamp, I wanted to create a number of similar, but at the same time very different elements which can easily fit together. The LED technology bulbs are also part of this element.
The third element represents a connection between the first two elements and it conducts electricity. Each facet of the rounded cube (if not in function) can be closed with small, nicely shaped cap. This element boasts a pure and clean, easy to use, design.
The fourth element connects illuminating elements to the power source and the spots the lamps will be hooked up to, e.g. the wall. It has three holes: the first one is the same as one on the previous connector and it connects illuminating objects, the second one is placed at the side and provides free way for the power cables, and the third one is placed at the bottom and it can be also used to store the power cable or to fix the folded lamp at the spot it will be hooked up to. This connector is indispensable in case the lamp is to be hanged or connected to the power supply at the 45° angle.
The fifth element connects the illuminating elements to the power source and the spots the lamps will be hooked up to, e.g. the wall. It has three holes: the first one is the same as one on the previous connector and it connects illuminating objects, the second one is placed at the side and provides free way for the power cables, and the third one is placed at the bottom and it can be also used to store the power cable or to fix the folded lamp at the spot it will be hooked up to. This connector is smaller than the previous one because it’s used only for connecting the lamp at the 90° angle.
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