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- Order number: Muuto-E27.27
"Muuto E27 pendant lamp"
Muuto e27 Design: Mattias Ståhlbom
- Material: silicone rubber
- Finish: 12 different colors
- Cable length: 400 cm
- Protection class: IP 20
- Voltage: 230V / 50Hz
- Max. Power: 18 Watt (incl. Light)
- Base: E 27
- Energy classes: B to E - A ++ very efficient - to E less efficient
- Dimensions: Height: 12,5 x Depth: 12,5 x Diameter: 12,5 cm
The Muuto E27 pendulum lamp is one of the most famous products of the designer Mattias Ståhlbom, which has given him international success. This naked light bulb convinces by its simple and aesthetic design, the reduction to the essence of a lamp. In every environment, it is a romantic and contemporary picture.
Available in 14 different colors (gray, green, blue, red, pink, orange, white, yellow, purple, black, light green, light gray, terracotta, mustard). Several lamps can be combined wonderfully and develop a whole new charm in a group again. Nevertheless, they are also a particular eye-catcher. With a diameter of 12.5 cm, this pendant light is slightly larger than simple light bulbs, which ensures its attention.
When you buy the E27, you get free of charge clip and hooks to the lamp, accessories like a canopy you have to purchase additionally.
Mattias Ståhlbom is an internationally renowned Swedish architect and designer who concentrates on uncomplicated and simple designs. He is a member of the architecture and design studio TAF in Stockholm. His designs are found in museums around the world, The MoMa in New York and the Swedish National Museum in Stockholm. Ståhlbom has already won several awards, including the "Young Design" Award.
His works are characterized by simplicity and the use of simple methods and materials. It is precisely these simple designs that give the works expression and strength. They radiate their aesthetics and become the viewer, as well as the Muuto E27 lamp. With this luminaire, the designer created a "simple yet powerful object that celebrates the potential of beauty in the simple."