Unterlinden Pendant Light Artemide
The pendant light Unterlinden by the renowned manufacturer Artemide was done by the two architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. They designed the light in the context of the spatial extension of the Musée Unterlinden in Colmar in France, where it is used in some rooms. A special property of the light is, that it can adapt to its environment easily without disturbing the existing spatial situation. At the same time the small lampshade convinces with an unusual corrugated surface. You have the choice between a variant of aluminum or brass. Noble surface structures and materials associated with a simple, classic style.
Unterlinden needs only 7 watts to produce a powerful luminous flux of 615 lumen. A specially manufactured lens of polymer allows an efficient and optimal use of the warm white lighting.