The Dancing Pendant Light is a stunningly sculptural yet simple suspension light designed by Iskos-Berlin for Menu. The light takes on the shape of a cone with folded pleats which recalls a dancer's pleated skirt in mid-twirl. Made with felt created largely from used plastic water bottles, the Dancing pendant light is as sustainable as it is stylish.
Iskos-Berlin is a Copenhagen-based design partnership between Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos. Their philosophy is to see "design as an art of storytelling", exploring new technologies and materials to see their impact on everyday objects.
Menu is a Danish design company founded in 1976. Collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world, they deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look referred to as "soft minimalism". Menu is passionate about design, new materials and clever, functional details - innovations that make a genuine difference.
Collections: Cool Lights and Cossetting Armchairs, Design Lighting Selection, Dine in Style, Fine Lines of Design, Lighting, LIGHTING / Suspension Lights / Other Suspension Lights, Lines of Softness, Menu, Out of This World, Out of This World Selection, Quirky & Sculptural, Quirky & Sculptural Selection, Quirky Lighting, Quirky Lights, Sculptural Cool, Shadows and Light, Sleek Lighting, Slick Style Products, Spring Fresh, Suspension Lighting Selection, Suspension Lights, £500 to £1,000
Type: Other Suspension LIghts
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