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KEULE 2 PENDANT The Keule suspended luminaire is available in 1 | 2 or 5 pendants, in several versions. Each pendant is a tapered unit terminating in a bell shape. The frosted opalglass and embossed-crystal cones are fitted with three pins; the transparent crystal cone does not require pins. A blackened-bronze attachment ring may encircle any pendant, and the frame is finished in that treatment or in matte black lacquer.

POSTHORN PENDANT Posthorn features a charming polished-nickel loop-de-loop terminating in natural silk shades, which emit ambient light in all directions. The delightful, yet minimalist piece suspends from a milled ceiling panel on two adjustable textile cords created specifically for Kalmar Werkstättten.

CORONA PENDANT Comprising four silk shades spaced closely on a loose basketweave polished-nickel frame, Corona provides downward and ambient light for smaller rooms and dining tables. The suspended luminaire hangs on four of Kalmar Werkstätten’s signature black textile cords from a solid milled ceiling mount, also finished in polished nickel. Metal Polished Nickel Shade Silk

ZYLINDERZUG ADJUSTABLE PENDANT The Zylinderzug suspended luminaire boasts a large, oval silk shade. Its height adjusts via Kalmar Werkstätten’s signature black cord running through four rollers suspended from a ceiling plate, with the counterweight located in the central cylinder. The mecha­nism, equally an aesthetic accomplishment, is finished in black bronze featuring high­lighted edges. Metal Black Bronze with Highlighted Edges Shade Silk

ADMONT 6 PENDANT J.T. Kalmar conceived this impressive Wiener Werkbund design in 1930. Fitted with six arms and as many incandescent lamps, Admont is an elegant and organic sculptural accompaniment to dining tables of varying lengths. The oiled rosewood, wenge, or oak frame branches into individual lamp holders, which are protected by natural silk shades that completely eliminate glare from a 60-degree angle.

ZUG ADJUSTABLE PENDANT J.T. Kalmar designed the sculptural pendant Zug especially for providing directional light above desks. It achieves both vertical and lateral adjustability by means of a ceiling-mounted system: a central rectangular ceiling panel fitted with three rollers and a ball-shaped counterweight fixed to two additional rollers by means of steel cord.