Effective lighting: Bell lamps by Classicon

Classicon launched German designer Sebastian Herkner’s family of modular Bell pendant lamps, comprised of cylindrical bulb sockets and shades in various materials, textures and colors. With these offerings, bulb sockets in grey painted aluminum, copper or brass are fitted with a clamping ring that allows the copper cage and textile shades to be easily interchanged. Particularly effective when hung in groups, the design of the Bell pendant lamps is said to recall both the form and function of studio lights.

Headquartered in Munich, Classicon stands for classic contemporary design. Today, the company has showrooms around the globe, including Munich, Zurich, Tokyo, Toronto, Sydney and Seoul.

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