The Kabuki pendant lamp was designed by Pietro Ferruccio Laviani for the manufacturer Kartell. Kartell is one of the major design manufacturers in Italy and owes its outstanding position to the creative use of high-quality plastics. Kartell started in the early 1960sthe cooperation with famous designers who were enthusiastic about the almost infinite and flexible design possibilities of the plastic. For decades, the company has been producing new home accessories and furniture that have become timeless design classics and are shown in many museums. Pietro Ferruccio Laviani is a versatile, internationally recognized designer and architect. He was involved in the construction of the spectacular museum in Groningen, the Netherlands, worked for the Dolce & Gabbana fashion label and is also a university lecturer in Milan.
When designing the Kabuki pendant lampPietro Ferruccio Laviani was inspired by the Japanese Kabuki Theater. The diverse broken structure of the lamp gives it a special lightness that makes it appear almost weightless, especially in the transparent version. A large proportion of the light falls downwards in the centre and a pleasantly subdued light is emitted to the side, the intensity of which is determined by the colour of the material. The lamp is made of robust and easy-care technopolymer and will delight you for a long time.