Pendant luminaire made of aluminium rings
The P376 pendant luminaire by & tradition was designed in 1963 by the two architects Preben Juhl Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-2007). Both studied together at the Danish School of Interior Design and created numerous designs, some of which can now be seen in different museums all over the world. Her designs are characterised by elegance and straightforwardness and spread a touch of luxury in the room.
"The P376 is one of the few lights designed by the duo. It is a perfect example of its internationally recognised design. A quiet classic that is both sculptural and architectural, and therefore deserves its rightful place in the contemporary context and as part of our portfolio for future collectibles." Martin Kornbek Hansen, Founder and CEO of & Tradition
The design has lost nothing of its charm to this day and has only been minimally optimised to preserve the authenticity of the luminaire. The pendant luminaire is made of five aluminium circles into an open form. The arrangement is such that a soft, indirect light is created which is ideal for illuminating dining tables or desks.
The P376 pendant luminaire is available in brushed or lacquered aluminium in various sizes.