This lamp is very big about 120cm in diameter.The main feature is the heat resistant Japanese paper that can be clamped to the light. Some of the papers are written already and others a blank, which allows the user to scribble his/her own notes. It is these papers that make the lamp beautiful.
This popular suspension lamp was designed by Ingo Maurer in 1997. Its a gigantic lamp is made of 80 pieces of Japanese paper which form a soft, airy volume around the light source.
The lamp gives its user plenty of room for his/her own creativity. It can be set up in various ways depending on the placement of the thin rods. The blank sheets of paper supplied with it are designed to be used for your own messages and sketches.
Ingo Maurer Zettel'z 5 Pendant has a diameter of 120cm. It is a unique lamp and a deluxe design object at the same time. It is supplied with 31 printed and 49 unprinted sheets in A5 size. The Japanese paper is very thin and translucent.
The lamps notes are fastened by clamps makes for an interesting play of light and shadow. An additional set of 40 sheets can be ordered in the accessories and spare parts.
The notes can be painted or written on as desired. They can also just be left unprinted. Either way, the notes throw large and heavy shadows when the lamp is turned on. This provides a soft, multi-layered light. The lamp has two light bulbs to ensure ideal lighting. The bulb is surrounded by satin glass and a string of wire so that you can position the stalks in any way you like: one can choose how many stalks to use and the length.
Stainless steel, heat-resistant satin-frosted glass, Japanese paper