Three wild and dramatic indoor light fixtures comprise the Limbo light collection by designer Kenneth Cobonpue. Sculptural human figures of woven copper wire posed as aerialists and suspended from the ceiling provide both art and light.
Limbo Light Collection
Kenneth Cobonpue’s Limbo Lights are serious light fixtures for large living or dining rooms with high ceilings. From their suspension point, the female figures each dangle just under 5′ from the ceiling.
The Chandelier, the Acrobat and the Trapeze are the equivalent to pieces of art that illuminate. Each figure is made of thin copper wires woven into a lattice and floral pattern that, despite their volume and size, makes them feel and look light and airy.
Flying across the room brandishing a contemporary LED Chandelier, this pre-wired fixture weighs 23 lbs and is suspended from the ceiling.
Balancing 10 LED candelabras the Acrobat is true performance art that spans almost 70 from tip to toe.
Dangling from a bar overhead, the Trapeze artist hoists two black shades with relief of damask whose interior is golden yellow.