When light effervesces through the slits in the aluminum shade of the Wren Large pendant, the room it is illuminating will be bathed in glowing striations. Ay Illuminate has added a touch of warmth to the white metal by fashioning a thin ring from poplar that clasps the aluminum or bamboo strips at the center of the shade.
When light effervesces through the slits in the aluminum shade of the Wren Large pendant, the room it is illuminating will be bathed in glowing striations. Ay Illuminate has added a touch of warmth to the white metal by fashioning a thin ring from poplar that clasps the aluminum or bamboo strips at the center of the shade. The pendant extends from the ceiling on a thin stem that allows the elongated fixture itself to steal all of the attention. We also offer the Wren
in a medium pendant.
Ay Illuminate keeps true to their commitment to protect the environment by producing this fixture free of any chemicals, preserving the beauty of these natural materials.
Hardwired fixture; professional installation strongly recommended.
Clean with soft, dry microfiber cleaning cloth.
Note: This item is rewired in compliance with North American standards, exclusively by Global Lighting. If you are purchasing this item from an unathorized website for use in the U.S.A. or Canada, Global Lighting is unable to provide after sales assistance or customer service support.
Ay Lin Heinen and Nelson Sepulveda are the lead designers for Ay Illuminate, a Dutch lighting manufacturer that soulfully sources materials; empowers artisans in their own, often struggling, communities; and produces casually elegant and very unique fixtures in the process. Ay Lin co-owns the company with her husband Casper Heinen, and she has been a driving force in the development of the remarkable relationships they have developed with handcrafting communities from the start.
Nelson has been equally ambitious in this area since joining the company, his desire to develop lighting products that break new ground in terms of design knowing no bounds. As an example, Casper shares this anecdote that took place at the Maison & Objet fair last year: “Afghanistan has a place in the fair each year with the focus of local handcrafts, and one year it was a company that produced shawls. Nelson grabbed the people, bringing them to our booth, and we started taking the cotton shades off the fixtures and dressing the lights with the shawls. It took another year to play with the designs but the result is beautiful silk-cashmere shades for the Z series of pendants produced by a few women who have a lot of experience. The great thing is that they are so proud because they make something useful and beautiful.”