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Sputnik Ceiling Light

Antiqued Brass, Bronze and Polished Brass | MCL34


The first man-made object ever to leave the earth’s atmosphere was the Russian Sputnik in 1957. It orbited the earth and operated as the world’s first satellite. The Sputnik Chandelier in the form of a Graphic doodle is full of movement and energy. Finished with seven irregular sized and shaped bronze and brass lampshades, the Sputnik has the Gareth Devonald Smith hallmark – whimsicality and originality.


  • Height
    1000mm / 39 1/4"
  • Width
    1120mm / 44"
  • Finishes
    Antiqued Brass, Bronze and Polished Brass
  • Designers note
    Due to natural patination, this finish is subject to change over time
  • Designed by
    Gareth Devonald Smith
  • Constructed from
    Patinated brass
  • Net weight
    8.4kg / 18 1/2lb
  • Max wattage
    7 x 25W
  • Lamp
    7 x G9 bulb
  • Voltage
  • Flex and switch
    Gold braided silk flex
  • Total drop
    2065mm / 81 1/4"
  • Minimum drop
    1158mm / 45 1/2"
  • Ceiling rose dimensions
    Diameter 115mm (4 1/2”) x Depth 20mm (3/4”)
    1 metre (39 1/4") chain included.


Constantly in motion; in collision and flow. A mass of energy looping and tracing its path around the universe. Photon, the quantum of light. Science makes patterns of these apparently random movements. Waves, particles, curves and spheres. Elements combined to create the Photon collection of lighting and furniture.
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