Pallas™

Designed by Formfjord, 2012

Pallas™ is a contemporary large room pendant with a unique character inspired by historic chandeliers. With its substantial size, the Pallas™ pendant is made to illuminate grand architectural projects like lobbies, airports, theaters and museums. The vertical lasercut slits in the shade creates openings for the light and creates a sophisticated interplay of light and shadow. The horizontal layers gives the pendant a noble and classic touch. Pallas™ has a remarkable airiness created by the light openings of the pendant. This modern large room pendant is produced in Denmark and delivered four weeks after ordering. Large orders allows you to define the colour of the lamp.
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Formfjord

In 2006 Fabian Baumann and Sönke Hoof founded the Berlin-based design studio Formfjord. Fabian is an engineer with a designer's heart and Sönke is a designer with an engineer’s mind. Together, they strive to create products that function – technologically, economically and emotionally.

Switching back and forth between drawing, model-making and CAD modeling is the essential to Formfjord. It enables them to find creative and innovative solutions and to test them in an early state.

In their design work for Lightyears, they have focused on the interplay of light and shadow, as this is critical for the definition of form and space. Shadow yields contrast, obviously, and this makes light functional.

Projects with Pallas

Gefion Gymnasium

Public spaces

Magnus Olesen

Company domicile

Henrik Larsen Automobiler

Retail