Lighting chandelier

Published on January 21st, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker


Tertial Chandelier

Tertial Chandelier

Materials: Tertial lamps, aluminum square tube, electric connectors, 1,5 mm wire

Description: I started by reversing the lamp holder position of 6 Tertial lamps so that they could rotate down when the chandelier was in the ceiling. To do that I had to remove de lamp holders, turn them around and reconnect them. The plugs were cut off.

I used a 5 cm square aluminum tube 140 cm long and made two eyelets for ceiling hanging.

Tertial Chandelier

The holes for the lamps are 40 cm apart (10 cm from edges); the lamps were secured in position with 1,5 mm thick wire rings attached to their spokes.
The cables were connected and the chandelier was ready!

~ Ricardo Gonçalves, Porto, Portugal

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7 Responses to Tertial Chandelier

  1. Anonymous says:

    that is totally cool, what is the heat like, and what are the light bulbs you are using?

  2. This was unique lighting in a house. Movable and it can face anywhere.

  3. Jm1.jonas says:

    Great! I would love to make one, it gets really cheap, but my ceilings aren’t that high =/

    Muito bom mesmo, já agora, se eles aguentam-se mais junto ao tecto ou ficam sempre para baixo?

  4. Por si só não fica mais junto ao tecto, teria de apertar mais os parafusos.
    Como está sobre a mesa de jantar a altura é a ideal e a luz muito agradável.

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