Kepler Pendant

Named after the German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer who discovered the Supernova, Johannes Kepler, this luminaire is reminiscent of black holes and portals from science-fiction. COHDA have used highly innovative materials for this design, multiplying single LEDs over a large thin surface to widely refract the light and give the illusion of infinity. The fine material, which has been likened to hosiery from the fashion industry, creates a fascinating effect, like a kaleidoscope of light rays. With Kepler there is an opportunity to create huge and impressive light installations using very compact and lightweight units.

Light Bulb: integrated LED source 2700K Triac/ Lutron dimmable.

Dimensions

29"W x 28"H
41"W x 40"H
Canopy: 6"Diam. x 2.5"H

Colors

Polycarbonate, black steel, Mirco-weave fabric

$ 895.00$ 1,095.00

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Named after the German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer who discovered the Supernova, Johannes Kepler, this luminaire is reminiscent of black holes and portals from science-fiction. COHDA have used highly innovative materials for this design, multiplying single LEDs over a large thin surface to widely refract the light and give the illusion of infinity. The fine material, which has been likened to hosiery from the fashion industry, creates a fascinating effect, like a kaleidoscope of light rays. With Kepler there is an opportunity to create huge and impressive light installations using very compact and lightweight units.

Light Bulb: integrated LED source 2700K Triac/ Lutron dimmable.

Dimensions

29"W x 28"H
41"W x 40"H
Canopy: 6"Diam. x 2.5"H

Colors

Polycarbonate, black steel, Mirco-weave fabric