Planes™ 32" LED Double Sconce

Sonneman - A Way of Light
Planes Collection

Available in 3 Color(s)

 

by Sonneman - A Way of Light

A powerful
sculptural
tension

Suspended from slender parallel cables, an LED flat panel silhouette intersects with the flat face of a vertical plane, in balanced simplicity.

Reminiscent of the offset cantilevered roofs on Wright's "Falling Water," Cantilevered Planes strikes a powerful sculptural tension in the offset minimalism of its LED flat panels.

Pristine in its geometric simplicity, precisely framed minimal profiles capture technologically advanced edge-lit light panels, producing a high level of efficient LED illumination. Available in single and double versions, Double Planes can be mounted in vertical or horizontal orientations.

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A powerful
sculptural
tension

Suspended from slender parallel cables, an LED flat panel silhouette intersects with the flat face of a vertical plane, in balanced simplicity.

Reminiscent of the offset cantilevered roofs on Wright's "Falling Water," Cantilevered Planes strikes a powerful sculptural tension in the offset minimalism of its LED flat panels.

Pristine in its geometric simplicity, precisely framed minimal profiles capture technologically advanced edge-lit light panels, producing a high level of efficient LED illumination. Available in single and double versions, Double Planes can be mounted in vertical or horizontal orientations.

SPECS
Height 18"
Width 2.5"
Extension 2.5"
Shade Material Aluminum w/LED Flat Panel
LAMPING
Type Integral LED
Quantity 1
Total Wattage 6
Lumens 700
Net Lumens 250
CCT 3000K
CRI 90

Assembly and Installation

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