Donna Circle 100 Pendant

The Donna Circle 100 Pendant

The Donna Circle 100 was designed by Stina Sandwall and Nina Jobs. Though the pendant reads as if it is made from ceramic, it is crafted from ribbed aluminum that comes in black and a pale ivory hue called linen. The designers challenged themselves to transform a hard material into a soft feeling, their inspiration the flowing elegance of fabrics that float from the human form. We also offer the Donna, produced by Pholc, in single pendants, in a smaller circle pendant and in a long linear configuration.Request a Quote

Donna Circle 100 Pendant
Donna Circle 100 Pendant Tech Drawing
Product Name
Donna Circle 100 Pendant
Black, White or Clear
Cord Length
6 Feet
Light Source


8 x 4 Watt
cUL Certified

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  • Donna Linen
  • Donna Black Ink


Award-winning Swedish lighting designers Stina Sandwall and Nina Jobs have collaborated to create the Donna Pendant Collection for Swedish lighting brand Pholc. Sandwall, who was born in Sweden in 1975, was educated at Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm, graduating from there in 1999. After leaving college, she founded Sandwall Design to focus on architectural projects and product design, though her portfolio also includes interior design projects. She has creaated a varied range of products, from office furniture to doors, for renowned companies such as Asplunds, SnickarPer, SMD Design and Voice. In 2001, she received the Utmärkt Svensk Form, translated to mean the Excellent Swedish design award in English, which was handed out by the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design from 1983 to 2002. This award was for a door design. She has also won several Swedish Elle Decoration Awards—one for best outdoor furniture and one for best kitchen product of the year.

Industrial designer Nina Jobs’ online portfolio includes projects around the globe. After completing a master’s degree in product design from Ecole Nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, she moved to Sweden and founded her design business in 2000, creating a company that has become a platform for wide-ranging work in product design, art direction and visual performance. The multi-disciplinary company has produced furniture, textiles, lighting, glassware and graphic design. A sampling of the companies whose products Jobs and her team have created include Abstracta, Askul, Design House Stockholm, Fogia, Gärsnäs, Helland, Ikea, Kinnasand, MoMa, Nola, SMD, Svenskttenn, Skandiform, Voice and Uniqlo. Nina’s work has been published worldwide and her curatorial activities include Swedish Design and Architecture exhibitions in Asia and the USA for the Swedish Government. Jobs says that dance, silence, the forest, and art and fashion inspire her.