OE Quasi Pendant Light


Designer : Olafur Eliasson

SKU: OE Quasi Pendant Light Category:


4 options in Quasi Light, all same price, two colour temperatures, 3000 K and a slightly warmer 2700 K, and either with a wireless Bluetooth dimmer or a DALI dimmer. 

”It could be from outer space or the bottom of the ocean,” Eliasson himself has described the Quasi Light. Eliasson’s aim was to create a luminaire which wouldn’t produce any waste and which people would want to keep forever. The aluminium used in the lamp is 90% recycled, and the other materials are entirely recyclable. Quasi Light is sure to catch the eye anywhere you hang it – above the dining table, in a spacious lobby or in the centre of the living room.

The pendant has 12 LEDs embedded in the inner vertices of the geometric frame that are connected to light guides along the inner edges, creating an even illumination towards the reflector in the centre of the lamp. This layered white reflector emits the light spherically back into the room, resulting in a glare-free uniform light.

Material: Frame: aluminium. Reflector: injection-moulded polycarbonate. Colour: Dark aluminium, matt white 

Size: diameter 90 cm.  Light source: 12 x 8,5W built in LED 

Colour temperature: 3000K and 2700K Cable length:400 cm Cable colour: White 

Cable material: Plastic Weight: 22 kg Canopy: Yes. LED driver built into the canopy. also dimmable.


Louis Poulsen

Established in Denmark more than 140 years ago, Louis Poulsen is an international manufacturer of designer lamps with an impressive range embracing iconic classics and innovative, contemporary designs, for private and professional use. Closely together with world-famous designers and architects such as Poul Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen and Verner Panton the company has created icons as the PH Artichoke and PH5. Behind every Louis Poulsen design is the story of its creation and the refinement of the designer's idea and vision of light – all in harmony with Louis Poulsen's lighting philosophy based on the principles developed by Poul Henningsen in the 1920s. The philosophy is founded on the concepts of function, comfort and ambience.