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Cirio Simple Pendant Light

Designed By: Antoni Arola
Cirio Simple Pendant Light

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$945 - $975

Cirio Simple Pendant Light by Santa And Cole
Designer by Antoni Arola

A hanging lamp that creates a new route between the traditional bulb socket and the built-in LED.
Cirio Simple Pendant Light comprises a ceiling plate from which a capsule containing the LED light source hangs.
Its design makes it easy to change the shade to create different atmospheres, from the porcelain craft of Sargadelos that creates candle-like warmth, to beautiful, translucent opal glass.
Alone, it is a lamp that highlights a corner with utmost efficiency and when combined Cirio Simple is a finishing touch to a whole space.

Santa & Cole has been creating lighting and furniture from Barcelona since 1985. Their modern, urban designs are versatile and add style to homes and workplaces.
With selections like the warm, stainless steel and linen Royal Floor Lamp and the delicate, floating Nimba LED Suspension Light, their creations are well-made with a focus on quality design.

Design/Year: Antoni Arola/2010
Uses HeadHat LED system
LED capsule and heat sink finish: Matte Black
Translucent white diffuser covers the LED module
Dimmable 1-10V (external dimmer switch not included)
Round ceiling canopy
Field-adjustable black suspension cord
Manufactured In: Spain

Porcelain, Glass or Brass shade with LED module
Brass, White Opal Glass, White Porcelain shade

1 X 3.7W 120V LED module; 2700K, 83 CRI, 301 lumens (included)

White Porcelain: 3.9"D X 8.3"H
White Opal Glass: 4.3"D X 8.3"H
Polished Brass: 4.3"D X 8.3"H
Canopy: 3.9"D X 2.4"H

UL Listed


Santa & Cole is a small, independent and global editor of design products, with its roots in Belloch (Barcelona, Spain).
Santa & Cole have been editing since 1985, when the company was first founded.
By editing we mean preparing a work for the public domain, Santa & Cole mean adapting an item for everyone’s use. What a book editor does with stories, we do with objects.