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22 February 2024

An impactful, contemporary play on the notion of a chandelier

 

Random Cloud, the latest lighting offering from Lodes, is an impactful, contemporary play on the notion of a chandelier. Conceived by Chia-Ying Lee, Random Cloud is an evolution of Lodes’ Random Solo pendant, connecting multiple glass pendants to a central canopy. The pendants can be grouped to create ‘clouds’ of 7, 14, 19, or 23 lights via cables cut to various lengths to create distinct ‘cloud’ formations.

Each glass sphere is sized at 23 or 28 cm (diameter) and the ‘clouds’ are available in seven colour schemes, resulting in a fluid and elegant lighting composition. Random Cloud’s light source emanates from a 3W LED module hidden in a silicon housing at the top of each glass sphere, illuminating each pendant evenly, and meaning that the bigger the composition, the bigger the light output. The LED module is available with two different colour temperatures, 2700 or 3000 K. (North America: only 2700 K)

The wide choice of compositions and configurations available to users makes Random Cloud a versatile option for homes, hospitality venues and workspaces alike. Not only is Random Cloud a high-functioning, high-performance light source, but it is also an arresting, decorative object, adding a focal point to entryways, living rooms, conference spaces, dining areas and more.

Massimiliano Tosetto, Managing Director of Lodes, comments on the new variant: “Random has been part of our collection since 2017. We are pleased to extend this statement piece into an eye-catching chandelier, that can serve as a powerful lighting composition and also as a decorative focal point to fit within hospitality settings and residential interiors, offering flexibility in terms of size and finishes.”  

 

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