Concert™

Designed by Jørn Utzon, 2005

The Concert™ pendant by Jorn Utzon provides a pleasant, non-glaring light without compromising the strength of illumination. The lamp is built up of four shades and a parabola of drawn steel, which is mounted on a glass suspension of acid treated glassware. The suspension unit sends out a pleasant, even light between the shades. The bottom shade casts light downward to the parabola, which softens the light and prevents glare – regardless of the height of the lamp. The chosen shade configuration is visually characteristic of Jorn Utzon and reminds us of his greatest work, the Sydney Opera House.
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Jørn Utzon

It is matter of opening yourself to the essence of things, rather than struggling for form and style. This is the primal theme of probably Denmark’s most famous architect of all time: Jorn Utzon.

His career culminated when he in 1957 won the international architectural competition for the creation of the Sydney Opera House. A brilliant and thoroughly considered work that justifiably made him an icon of 20th century architecture.

Jorn Utzon saw a clear parallel between music and light. Both are crucial for feeling emotions. In developing his designs for Lightyears, he worked to ensure that light constantly promotes the atmosphere of a room, whether it is used for cosy togetherness, for a particular function or for sheer inspiration.The design of his first lamp for Lightyears draws a golden thread from the Sydney Opera House. It completes the picture of Jorn Utzon as a lamp designer and architect of highest international stature.

The "Music" universe echoes Utzon's fascination with harmony and composition.