Designed by Johan Carpner for Blond, Glänta is a sophisticated and elegant lighting fixture in painted sheet metal with a décor of a foliage and diffuser in acrylic.
June 17th, 2011
Glänta has a harmonious and soft expression in the environment where it is applied and creates the feeling of being outside, without sacrificing the quality of light.
Available in three standard colours or customers’ own, length of pendulum is optional.
In the Glänta family there is also: Glänta Mini Pendant and Glänta Mini Ceiling.
Glänta is available in Australia through Forest for the Trees.
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