Coltane ceiling pendant light
The Coltrane ceiling pendant lights, whose name is influenced by the jazz musician John Coltrane, are seen suspended from the ceiling in Ghost In The Shell.
In Ghost on The Shell a large grouping of the suspension lights form an epic chandelier resulting in a very dramatic statement above the japanese style, low-level banqueting table served by Giesha robots. We also see single wall Coltane lights in the adjacent corridor in the movie.
The canopy of the Coltrane light is gold plated and the shade is black matte with gold powder paint finish inside. The body of each of the shade’s is 100cm long and 8cm diameter. The cord height is fully adjustable. The hanging angle or incline can be adjusted by the eight of the magnet cable.
These same lights have been incorporated with dramatic effect in interior design projects including luxury hotels and restaurants around the world such as the Paramount Hotel in New York and Christopher’s Martini Bar and Restaurant in London.
Approx £1,405.00 / $1840