DCW Here Comes The Sun Pendant Lamp white - white
Created in 1969 by French architect Bertrand Balas, Here Comes the Sun was brought back into production by DCW Editions, much to the delight of French lighting aficionados. At first sight, this round pendant light looks like many others. However, when the lamp is switched on, it takes on an especially magical quality. Inspired by sunsets over the Garonne river in southwestern France, the lamp bathes your room in a warm and gentle light. Available in five sizes, individual lamps are suitable in any space, from a hall to a living room and can be configured to create a stunning and sophisticated lighting feature.
Originally produced by Dutch company Raak, the lamp was called Springfontain, as The Beatles had just released their album Here Comes the Sun and Balas wanted to avoid a potential legal dispute. After several decades and upon its relaunch, Balas and the managing directors of DCW Editions decided the time was right to give Here Comes the Sun the name it was always intended to have.
Available in five sizes, individual lamps are suitable in any space, from a hall to the living room, and can be configured to create a stunning and sophisticated feature.
DCW Here Comes the Sun is available in white with white inside. You can choose between different sizes in the following diameters; 10cm, 17.5cm, 25cm, 35cm, 45cm.
|Manufacturer||DCW éditions PARIS|
|Year||1970 / 2015|
|Dimensions shade in cm||Ø 10 cm / Ø 17,5cm / Ø 25cm / Ø 35cm / Ø 45cm|
The mini version (Ø 10 cm) includes a transformer in the canopy (size 52 x 43.5 x 21 mm, 500 mA / 12V / 0-6W
|Bulb||Ø10cm - CLIII - G4 - max. 2 W / Ø17,5cm - CLII - G9 - max. 25 W / Ø25cm - CLII - E14 - max. 11 W / Ø35cm, Ø45cm - CLII - E27 - max. 23 W - not included|
|Energy efficiency classes of the light||A++ to E (A++ is the highest efficiency and E is the lowest efficiency)|
|Ceiling rose||Ø 5,6 cm / Ø 9 cm, white|