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VL38 wall lamp White

By Louis Poulsen

£290.00

  • Description

    The VL38 family is being launched in its original design, where the lamp head is organically shaped, painted white and obliquely angled. The arms of the light fittings are made of brass, and all the lamps have been fitted with LED light sources to accommodate contemporary advances in light technology and energy efficiency.

    The VL38 family is born of functionalism. The light head is organically shaped, painted white and obliquely angled. The light arm, which is made of brass, features a small hinge on top to allow minute adjustment of the light head. The luminaire provides accurate downward light, making it ideal for use as a work light or as more general illumination.



  • Technical Info

    Dimensions: Ø(base) 9cm, Ø(shade) 13.5cm, H(shade) 19cm

    Concept: The fixture emits downward directed light. The angle of the shade can be adjusted to optimise light distribution.The shade is painted white on the inside to ensure a soft comfortable light.

    Finish: Brushed brass. White, powder coated.

    Material:
    Wall box: Punched aluminium.
    Shade: Spun aluminium. Arm: Brushed brass.

    Mounting: Cable type: Plastic cord. Cable length: 3,3m. Light control: Switch on wall box. 2 light levels. LED driver: separate, plugs into power outlet.

    Weight: 1.3 kg.

    Class: Ingress protection IP20. Electric shock protection II w/o ground. Energy Class A++ - A.

    Light source: 10W LED 2700K 40 lm/W (included)

  • Designer
    Vilhelm Lauritzen

    Vilhelm Lauritzen (1894–1984) is one of the most significant architects in the history of Denmark; he was the trail-blazing figurehead of functionalism in Denmark. He is the architect behind a range of well-known buildings, including Nørrebro Theatre, Daells Varehus department store (the Skt. Petri Hotel today), the Radiohuset building and the famous Terminal 39 at Kastrup Airport. Other significant buildings to stem from Vilhelm Lauritzen’s drawing board include Folkets Hus (known today as the Vega concert venue), the Shellhuset building and the Danish embassy in Washington. In particular the Radiohuset building and the earliest version of Kastrup Airport – both listed today – are considered peerless monuments to modernism in the European genre of construction.

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