Gravity Chandelier ID: MOO-8718282361123
Gravity Chandelier 11 Chandeliers & Pendants Moooi

Gravity Chandelier

By Paul Cocksedge, for Moooi

Gravity Chandelier

By Paul Cocksedge, For Moooi

$2,108.00 - $2,529.00

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SPEC #: MOO1074150 | ID: MOO-8718282361123

Gravity Chandelier

SPEC #: MOO1074150

ID: MOO-8718282361123

Designed by Paul CocksedgeRead Bio

The Gravity Chandelier features a powder coated steel structure with faceted glass shades, ultra-thin suspension wire and braided flat cable. Available in a 5 and 7 light option. Both options share the same original diameter, but with its flexible arms the chandelier's diameter can be adjusted while the suspended elements create natural curves shaped by gravity. Compatible with Wireless Wall Dimmer Switch, sold separately.

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Finish: Black

Color: Clear


    • Finish: Black
    • Color: Clear
    • Number of Lights: 05-Light
    • Size: 50"W x 35.4"H
    • Cable Length: 157"
    • Materials: Glass  Steel  
    • Lamp Source: LED
    • Bulb:
      5 x LED/3.6W/120V LED
      Integrated LED module
    • Total Wattage: 18 watts
    • Lamp Color: 2614K
    • Color Rendering: 89 CRI
    • Delivered Lumens: 1025 lumens
    • Lumens/Watt: 56.94
    • Canopy: 7.5in W
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    Paul Cocksedge

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    Paul Cocksedge is an internationally acclaimed British designer, who has spent the last decade building a reputation for innovative design, underpinned by research into the limits of technology and materials. His catalogue of work spans design products, architectural projects, installations and sculptures, all infused with the sense of simplicity, joy and wonder that has come to characterize his work. Having studied under Ron Arad at the Royal College of Art, Cocksedge was nominated for Designer of the Year by London's Design Museum in 2004, just two years after graduation. He established Paul Cocksedge Studio with Joana Pinho in the same year, and the practice has participated in design festivals around the world, adding a sense of playfulness to technologically ingenious sculptures and installations. He presented his first solo show at the Friedman Benda Gallery in New York in 2013, and in 2017 partnered with the gallery and Beatrice Trussardi to show an exhibition of pieces during Milan Design Week, made from materials excavated from the foundations of his own studio. In 2018, Cocksedge was shortlisted to design the UK Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. Other notable recent projects include designing a 45-foot outdoor sculpture for the Central Norman Public Library, and creating the landmark Please Be Seated installation for London Design Festival a new edition of which went on tour in China in 2020. Cocksedge is also working with Arup and Grimshaw on a 33-metre-long canopy for the Oman Botanic Garden, which will be one of the largest gardens of its kind in the world, as well as a bridge for Cape Town, South Africa, and a forthcoming exhibition, Performance, with Friedman Benda New York. Cocksedge has collaborated with major brands including such as British Land, Swire Properties, Swarovski, Fendi, NHS, BMW, as well as private clients, and his work is included in collections at the V&A, MoMA and Vitra Design Museum. His work has received accolades from Wallpaper*, the Design Museum, Homes & Gardens and the German Design Council.

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