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Bramah Pendant

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Product Design / Industrial Product Design / 2013

encapsulates the design principles of EOQ – rooted in an industrial context, delivering useful products in a recycled material at an accessible price. After Young spotted components for heat distribution in the factory, the refined details that could be made by extruding a multitude of fins made sense immediately and the Bramah light was created. Each pendant has well over 100 extruded fins delicately drawn out, which create a beautifully effective and unusual way to distribute shards of light within the shade, resulting in an ambient glow.

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