Design Øivind Slaatto, 2015
Assembled and hand-made with 30 cut stripeds in white PVC , Patera pendant has been created by following the mathematic structure of Fibonacci's spiral.
“Patera was born of my fascination with the Fibonacci sequence. You can find the spiral pattern wherever you look in nature – in the seed formation in sunflowers and pine cones, for example – and it has previously inspired Leonardo da Vinci, Johan Sebastian Bach and many other great artists from history,” relates Øivind Slaatto regarding the source of inspiration for his new light. “Patera is intended to serve as a modern chandelier – a light that unifies the space and makes any room a more human place to spend time in.” The ball-shaped pendant floats like a majestic focal point in the room, spreading light at 360°.
At first glance, it seems to be just a white, perforated ball, but closer inspection reveals its detailed design featuring a host of circles, angles and holes.
Diameter 60 * H 60,8 cm
Cable length, 4 meters
Light source :
1 * E27, Max 200W
weight : 3 Kg
Shade in mat white synthetic PVC
Hanger in brass chromed paltted and acrylic
Also exists in LED integrated version, 65 W LED 3000K , 3900 lumens