Tight chandelier with rectangular Tiffany lights.
The typical Mondrian style is immediately recognizable in this lamp. Piet Mondriaan (1872-1944) is characterized by the abstract geometric design language and surface division. Although Mondrian is known for using the primary colors, he used the "non-colors" gray, black and white just as often. These shades are also reflected in the artistic glass.
The different heights on which the glass shades hang, combined with the pleasant colors and geometric lines, create a playful and stylish design. Great for halls, staircases, etc. Also above the coffee table and dining table!
The two glass caps are assembled on Vintage linen cords via a click system. The cords are in turn attached to a round ceiling plate.
Linen cord: 1.5 m. + E14 fitting with clip.
Dimensions of glass:
Width: 12.5 cm
Height: 23 cm
Depth: 12 cm