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IRIS
PENDANT


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VOLUMINOUS
CAPTIVATING
ENIGMATIC





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IRIS

PENDANT


DESIGNER: CAINE HEINTZMAN, 2022

A kaleidoscopic light extends from the orb-like source of the Iris, travelling beyond its crystalline surface. Encased in an elliptical shell, the Iris performs with a weightlessness that lends it an aerial quality. Voluminous and vast, it enters a room with salient scale.





















































































2 SHAPES, 4 COMBINATIONS, 2 FINISHES

The Iris combines two shades—a larger A profile and a smaller B profile, resulting in a total of four possible forms. The suspension is available in either a black or silver finish.



A/B, B/B – BLACK


A/B, B/B – SILVER




A/A, B/A – BLACK

A/A, B/A – BLACK










DIM-TO-WARM

In dim-to-warm lighting, as you dim the luminaire, the light shifts from a bright white to a cozy amber, simulating the natural change in colour temperature that occurs as the sun sets throughout the day.

Transform any environment with the use of a dimmer switch, creating the perfect mood for any moment.











IRIS PENDANTS, B/A, A/A, BLACK


IRIS PENDANT, B/B, SILVER


IRIS PENDANT, B/B, SILVER








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SPECIFICATIONS







DIMENSIONS
Ø x D
Combination Dependant

A:
Ø 90 x 30cm
Ø 35.5” x 11.75”



B:
Ø 90 x 15cm
Ø 35.5” x 6”


ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage:
110–120V, 220–240V, 110–277V

Lamping:
Integral 34W 35V DC LED
90+ CRI / 50,000 hours
Power Supply:
Phase dimming, 0–10V, DALI

Lumens:
2632 lumens delivered






COLOUR TEMPERATURE




CANOPY
15.25 x 5cm / 6” x 2”
Adjustable drop length:
300cm / 118”






FINISHES



CUSTOM
We are happy to support and collaborate further customization of our luminaires for larger scale projects.

For further enquiries, please get in touch with us at info@a-n-d.com







MATERIALS
Aluminum, Acrylic, Fabric


MANUFACTURED
Canada


CERTIFICATIONS









IRIS
PROCESS

























A kaleidoscopic light extends from the orb-like source of the Iris, traveling beyond its crystalline surface.










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