About Peak Pendant
Up or down?
Handblown glass diffusers of different shapes hang beneath brass cones. The standout feature of the Peak pendants is their ability to orient the cone element in either the upward- or downward-facing position. This ability, when combined with the different glass diffuser shapes, not only offers many possible compositions of this pendant fixture, but expands the possibilities for using the Peak pendants in groups and multiples. Suspended on rigid brass tube stems from a matching conical canopy, these pendants have sophisticated bold lines and classic form.
Glass shaped by hand
The glass shapes of the Peak Pendant are formed by hand, allowing them to be slightly imperfect to express their handmade origins. The “dipped” glass options feature an irregular, open mouth, created by double-dipping the piece into the molten glass crucible, followed by breaking the piece from the pipe and fire-polishing the opening – a purposeful expression of craft and the act of glassblowing. The “textured” glass diffusers have no opening. Their surface is frosted and features a subtle pattern of lines etched into the glass for a moody and classic look.
Shape and proportion
The Peak Collection is all about geometry and composition. The bold lines of the brass cones contrast with handblown glass shapes of the lit diffusers. Proportion is the key to each design in the Peak Collection, and every millimeter has been considered.