This pendant's droplet-shaped glass shade was inspired by rain drops reflecting the singular tones of Nordic light. Composed of mouth-blown glass handpainted in a delicate golden color and complementary light gold metal, Anoli was conceived by Danish designer Sofie Refer of Copenhagen design brand Nuura who says, "I strive to balance simplicity and grandeur, and create light that has a pure yet sensuous expression." Available in both small and medium sizes, the translucent pendant works perfectly as a single fixture or as multiple pendants in either ordered lines or informal groupings over a table or desk.
Small: 12.5" h x 6.25" dia (31.5x16cm)
Medium: 15" h x 7.5" dia (38.5x19cm)
Ceiling plate: 4.75" dia (12cm)
Cable length: 98.5" (250cm)
Bulb not included
Nuura is an emerging Danish lighting brand that creates eclectic collections that each revolve around an updated chandelier. Cofounder Sofie Refer (alongside Nadia Lassen and Peter Østerberg) says, “For me, chandeliers are a beautiful symbol of generosity, a piece of art. That is why I always design a family of products around a chandelier.” Inspired by the fabled Nordic light, the company’s offerings meld time-honored artisanal techniques like mouth-blown glass with state-of-the-art technology.
Whether is is Anoli’s elegant drop motif inspired by a rainy day during autumn or Blossi’s futuristic domed shapes, each grouping extends to pendants, table lamps and wall fixtures. “I like repetitions a lot,” Sofie says. “There are repetitions everywhere in the nature, and they just bring certain calmness to a room, connecting things.”