Minimalist statement: Lighting collection by PANTONE and e3Light

Pantone has launched a Scandinavian-inspired lighting collection designed in partnership with e3Light. Deneb pendant, the first in the collection, was joined by the Castor pendant, Capella table lamp, Antares floor lamp, and the Mintaka and Sargas lampshades.

The modernist design of the collection includes sculptural shapes for a classic look in neutral and funky Pantone color offerings.

The hanging Castor pendant lamp is available in two sizes. This lacquered steel lamp is finished with a sanded matte coat combined with a glossy, white accent rim. It is available in two sizes: 9.8 × 11.4 inches, and 13.8 × 15.7 inches. There are three colors available: white, pewter and black.

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The Capella table lamp has a specially designed base that appears lightweight, with a weighted rubber-lacquered base to reinforce the design and ensure stability. It is 16.1 inches tall.

Like the Capella, the Antares floor lamp also has a specially designed base that appears lightweight, though the rubber-lacquered base is weighted to reinforce the design and ensure stability. It is 51.6 inches tall; the base measures 12.6 inches.

Meanwhile, the Mintaka and Sargas lampshades are made of felt fabric, and come with a white metal rim. Available in two sizes, two finishes and multiple colors, the shades are adaptable for any decor. With an interchangeable fitting, the shade can be used with an upright lamp or a hanging pendant. These were designed with a removable, top mounted diffuser to direct light downwards or remove for full room illumination.

Photo credit: Pantone

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