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CHAPITEAUModern Ceramic Lighting Pendants

Chapiteau, the modern ceramic lighting pendants, are inspired by the romantic image of traveling circus. In their stripes and reversibility, you will unmistakably recognize air acrobats, strongmen’s suits and circus tents. These contemporary designer hanging lights made their author, Ekaterina Elizarova a recipient of some of the most prestigious design awards, including the Red Dot Award.

Dimensions

170 х 300 mm

Material

100% Сeramics and Hand painting

Designer Hanging Lights Made in Italy

All editions of these ceramic pendant lights are produced in Italy by Bosa. Available are 28 options of finishing featuring copper, platinum and gold in different combinations. The hanging light fixtures are reversible which means that no matter what edition you choose there are a variety of options as to how to position Chapiteau. These modern pendants hung variably in a living room are certain to wow your guests.

Contemporary Pendant Lighting for Every Room

Versatile and enlivening, this contemporary pendant lighting performs well whether hung above dining tables or kitchen islands. The colors look stunning when the lamps are on and off. Hand-painted ceramic surface of Chapiteau makes each piece of this modern pendant light collection a crafted jewel of the home that adds a stylish, funky touch to a dining room, entryway, living room, foyer, sitting room, or kitchen. The Chapiteau suspension lights are truly unique in the versatility they feature.

Award-Winning Ceiling Lights

Chapiteau were displayed for the first time at the grand event of 100% Design in London. Right after, as their name suggests, the modern ceiling lights went on tour, including Beijing Design Week, Design Month in Ljubljana, Milan, New York and other world capitals of design. And, finally and quite naturally, they’ve become international stars! The new limited series of the contemporary pendant lighting collection, Porsche stepped into the arena in 2017. It was presented at the ARCH Moscow exhibition.