Foscarini Gregg Pendant Light

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  • Designers : Ludovica & Roberto Palomba, 2007
  • Material : Blown satin glass with lacquered metal
  • Dimensions
    Small : 11cm x 11cm x 13cm
    Medium : 31cm x 26cm x 26cm
    Large : 47cm x 40cm x 40cm 
  • Bulb Specifications :
    Small : 1 x 20W G9 Halogen Energy Saver (excluded).
    Medium : 1 x 25W E27 LED / Fluo or 150W E27
    Large : 1 x 30W E27 LED / Fluo or 205WE27
  • Cable: 200cm
  • Made in Italy
  • Delivery : 1 - 2 Weeks


Designed by Ludovica & Roberto Palomba for Foscarini Gregg is an organic, almost pebble shaped acid etched glass suspension light which provides a soft white light.It comes in three sizes.

Please note! 
As with most Foscarini suspension lights Gregg is available in two versions - a single version which comes with its own canopy/ceiling rose or without a ceiling rose. This version is designed to be used with one of the three separate canopies available for multiple fittings, depending on the configuration required and area over which they are to hang:

90cm Linear - maximum of 5 fittings in staggered position (medium); 6 fittings (small) 
135cm Linear  - maximum of 8 fittings in staggered position (medium); 9 fittings (small) 
Round Canopy - maximum of 6 fittings in staggered position (medium); 9 fittings (small) 

Please note, however, the large version, is not available for multiple canopy applications.

Lights are available with a standard 1.9m cable and suspension wire or 5m for extra high ceilings. A 'decentralisation' kit is also available for single slights which enables you to position the light off-centre to the main canopy - ideal if your electricity feed cables don't lie immediately above where you want the light to be positioned. LED versions are also available in small and large sizes.

See other Ludovica & Roberto Palomba designs
See other Pendant Lights
See the Foscarini collection.

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