Project Description

Chandelier Series 42709 – The Knight



41709-R-12 in standard finish

Marco Dessí, 2019
Brass or Copper, silk cord, acrylic glass
Brushed nickel with glossy varnish
optional: any metal finish or varnish colour

Following are only a few potential set-ups. Cones can be aligned at any angle and any number. Any shape and any size is possible.

Single pendant
42709-A-1: Ø: 20 cm, h: 11 cm; 2 kg;
6 dynamic white LEDs, max.W.: 17

Round pendants
: Ø: 53 cm, h: 90 cm; 7 kg;
6 dynamic white LEDs, max.W.: 102
42709-R-12: Ø: 82 cm, h: 90 cm; 12 kg;
12 dynamic white LEDs, max.W.: 204

Linear pendants
42709-L-5: : l: 85 cm, w: 20 cm, h: 20 cm; 6 kg
5 x dynamic white LEDs; max. W.: 85

Wall sconce
42709-W-2: w: 36 cm, p: 26 cm, h: 20 cm; 3 kg
2 x dynamic white LEDs; max. W.: 34

Floor lamp
42709-S-2: Ø: 40 cm, h: 160 cm; 12 kg
2 x dynamic white LEDs; max. W.: 34


Rendering of 42709-R-6 in copper finish

42436-L-5 The Knight

Rendering of 42709-L-5 in copper finish

42709-BL-2 The Knight

Rendering of floor lamp 42706-S-2 in copper finish

42709-W-2 the knight

Rendering of wall sconce 42709-W-2 (concept)


The dynamic white LED-element


Comparing the lighting effects

This chandelier is part of Marco Dessí´s The Knight, a modular line revolving around a simple geometric element of spun brass or copper cones.
The idea is to perfect the individual cone and add multiples to create an endless variety of shapes and layouts.
Each element is fit with a custom made dynamic white LED-element and can dim from 2000K candle light to 4000K daylight via a Bluetooth™ controller and a mobile app. The fixtures are broken into two circuits: one shining up, one down. Both circuits can be controlled separately making it a perfect tool to create a multitude of lighting scenarios making it the perfect tool for lighting designers.
Beside LEDs other elements such as speakers or smart home technology can be integrated into the fixture making it the first smart chandelier of Lobmeyr.
Beside the technological innovation Lobmeyr brings to bear its century-long experience in metal working fashioning the individual cones in countless custom finishes and surface treatments. From brushed nickel to hammer-stroke and fire gilding.