Innermost Boule Pendant
Boule, a simple spherical decorative spotlighting pendant. The highly polished metallic finishes and strong solid tones are designed to work in installations with the popular Beads and Bubble pendants. This minimal hanging spot is perfect used on its own or in a cluster to highlight interiors. Braided cables of up to 4m in length in simple colour tones keep the focus on the form of the pendant.
Designed to use most GU10 spotlight bulbs to allow a choice of colour temperatures and angles of projection from the fitting.
Material: Stainless Steel
Dimensions: 13cm H x 12cm diameter
Light source: UK/EU GU10 Max 25W, USA GU10 Max 25W (not included)
Recommended Bulb: Any GU10 LED bulb with ø5cm and height <6.2cm is suitable for this fitting.
Ceiling Rose: Colour matches pendant colour, Hemisphere
Cable: 4m, Boule in white comes with white braided cable, the other colours come with black braided cable
The Designer: Steve Jones (CEO & Co-founder of Innermost) studied Industrial Design at Newcastle Polytechnic (now University of Northumbria) from 1988-1992 before starting a career in consultancy in London. He has always advocated diversity as a way to stay on top in design and his own experience has seen him design things as diverse as ladies shoes, books, toys, even an internship in the naval architecture department of Swan Hunter shipbuilders. Later he worked extensively in the furniture industry before moving into lighting and forming Innermost with Russell Cameron in 1999. They wanted to build a company that had innovation at its core and treated designers with the respect and understanding deserving of great innovators. The vision was achieved and Innermost now works with designers and design groups from almost every region of the world.
Jones’s style has seen him not only bring his own designs to the collection but bring in names like Michael Young, Jarrod Lim, Corinna Warm, Stone Designs and Shin Azumi, helping to shape a collection that has breadth as well as depth. His interest in design spans all aspects of material and production and this can be seen in the varied aesthetics of the different Innermost ranges. His involvement in the process is not just a studio based one, it involves knowing production and getting into the factories to study process and consult with those that finally make the designs.
The Brand: Innermost’s rebellious approach to lighting and furniture comes from a shared anarchic pursuit of design freedom, a belief that you have to embrace the absurd in order to innovate. So innermost has innovation and a little absurdity at it’s core; working with designers from all corners of the globe to create beautifully unique products of the absolute highest quality, since 1999.