le klint lk167

le klint lk167

le klint lk167

Design Poul Christiansen, 1969
Color stabilized PVC
Made in Denmark by Le Klint

These hand-folded sculptural lamps were designed by architect Poul Christiansen in 1969 and have been in continuous production in Denmark by Le Klint. Le Klint pendants are enjoying renewed popularity and cast quite an awe-inspiring glow when lit... a smart alternative, or compliment to a Nelson bubble lamp. Made from a color stabilized white PVC which is completely washable and anti-static. 5 feet of white cord included. Offered as either an incandescent or energy efficient model. Energy efficient model includes bulb.

14" dia | 13" h | 75W max or 18W compact fluorescent

lk167: $495.75 + free shipping in the continental U.S.
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P. Christiansen

Poul Christiansen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1947 and graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in 1973. Since 1969, he was worked as a freelance designer and created some of his best-known lamp designs for the company Le Klint, as well as some for Herman Miller. His memorable technique involved folding lamp shades in mathematical curves to create artful, unique sculptural shapes. These lamps have been in constant production but are only recently experiencing a renewed popularity.
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