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. 18" dia | 11" h | 100watt max
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Architect Poul Christiansen's classic folded lamps have the same following in Europe as George Nelson's Bubble Lamps have in the U.S., gracing homes, public spaces and royal chambers for nearly a century. The Le Klint 172B Pendant (1971) is crafted of color-stabilized antistatic plastic sheeting that's hand folded into elaborate multilayered and waved forms. Infused with handcrafted quality, the pristine, modern elegance of the lamp is furthered by the fact that the shade can be easily removed and washed. Crisp white light is diffused from the entire form for stylish and efficient lighting in residential or commercial spaces. UL listed. Made in Denmark. Bulb (not included): incandescent 75W/120V/E26/A19.
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Based on a Victorian-era fixture found in a grand European hotel, our pendant pairs the intricate open metalwork typical of flame-powered lanterns with the modern drama of an internal candelabra. Handcrafted of brass Finished in polished nickel 3' chain included Available in two sizes Both sizes use three 60W max. candelabra bulbs Small Pendant: 18" diam., 26"H Large Pendant: 24" diam., 32"H Catalog and Web only
Comprising 123 hand-blown Murano glass rings, the Giogali Chandelier (1967) is an exquisite and instantly recognizable classic of modern lighting. It was designed by renowned architect Angelo Mangiarotti for Vistosi a family-run business, whose glass-making heritage dates back to the 16th century, but was lost for generations. In 1945, the company was revived by Guglielmo Vistosi, whose connection to avant-garde artists took the family business in a new direction. They began commissioning pieces by top designers like Mangiarotti, Vico Magistretti and Ettore Sottsass, a legacy that endures today. Comes with 123 Murano glass rings, which can be hung in any configuration. (A set of 10 additional pieces can be purchased separately.) The glass’ quality maximizes light intensity and creates dramatic refractions of light on surrounding surfaces. UL listed. Bulbs (not included): incandescent 100W/120V/E26/A19-2PK Materials Mouth-blown glass; chrome.
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