Making of Skirtie Concrete Light – watch video

Skirtie is concrete socket ceiling bulb lamp with color textile braided cable and wooden ceiling cap, a great KENDU Design collection, and made-on-order item. Cable color can be custom made, you may select any textile cable from our design selection. The length of textile cable is standard 2m. The socket is suitable for any regular sized bulb. Our designer concrete lamp is a perfect gift for woman or man.

Description – Materials – Sizes – Specification

Socket bulb holder for bulb types E27
A special technique was used to create a concrete moon-like surface of the bulb holder. Every piece of Skirtie designer lamp is unique and hand-processed. We treat concrete moon surface anti-dust and water resistant coating for easy maintenance. The bulb is not included with the lamp. We recommend using new LED filament Edison bulbs to save energy with high efficiency.

Textile cable
We braid our cables with Italian synthetic fibers that were carefully selected for a range of vibrant color schemes. Textile cable has dia. 6mm and 3×0.75mm cores. Resists up to 170℃ heat. The standard length of cable is 2m.

Ceiling cap
We use beech wood ceiling canopy for Skirtie concrete lamp. It is hand-processed oil treated natural hardwood which make our lamp lovely and green solution.

Packing
Packing is ecological and glue free designer gift packing made of recycled paper. In the package, you will receive user manual and installation instruction. With our packing design, Skirtie lamp is a perfect designer gift for woman or man or both.

KENDU Design – Fair Trade statement
We comply with European Fair Trade principles – starting with the production of our designer collection until your payment and safe receipt of our product, you are sure that all of this is fair to everyone whom we work with also. Skirtie concrete bulb light is certified under CE policy and can be used by designers or architects for commercial projects. KENDU Design secures the uniqueness of your product through Registered Community Design in Europe. Please, visit our webpage.

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