Best design ever made.
Doo-Wop is a relaunch of the Navy Pendant, which was designed by Louis Poulsen and the Danish naval defense’s building department. The lamp was used in the naval defense’s quarters from 1950 to 1980.The fitting contained two reflectors, one providing downlighting with the outer shade providing a softer complimentary uplight, which creates a soft and focused light.
Following the interest in vintage products as the older models have become fashionable again Louis Poulsen wanted to offer the product to a new generation. Now updated to a more contemporary colour palette they are still manufactured in the same way as the original. Hand crafted the new Doo-Wop will become a classic in the future.
The AJ Table Lamp was designed by Arne Jacobsen, among other lighting fixtures, for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The AJ Table Lamp is on the same principles as the AJ floor, but due to the useability as a working desk lamp the shade has been expanded. The base of the table lamp was originally intended to accommodate an ashtray but now contributes solely to the design. The lamp is produced by Louis Poulsen.
The Bestlite lamp is designed by Robert Dudley Best and loved by architects and designers. The lamp exudes simplicity and style. The Bestlite range is definitely a classic one and well worth the investment...you are buying a little piece of design history.
Lamp by Verner Panton. An object cannot become a design icon until it has stood the test of time and appears quite naturally in different settings, giving it a symbolic aura of its own. FlowerPot is just that. The famous lamp, designed in 1968, was named after the happy days of Flower Power. Of the lamps Verner Panton designed, FlowerPot stand out as some of the simplest and most memorable designs.
The elegance of the varnished shade, the shape of the shade, the high light output, the custom-made lampholder and last, but not least the silicon knobs – everything for this lamp has been designed, down to the last detail. A simple, yet sophisticated design.
Hang On Honey is based on a simple, novel idea: You hang the shade directly on the bulb. The shade is held against the bulb with silicone knobs. It is easy to replace in order to enjoy another shade in a different colour when you feel like it.
PH lamp by Poul Henningsen, produced by Louis Poulsen. Poul Henningsen developed the PH5 in 1958, in response to constant changes to the shape and size of incandescent bulbs. The PH5 pendant is designed to hang low above a table while at the same time giving a moderate light to the surroundings. In Denmark you will see that approximately one in every two homes has a PH5 pendant.
The smooth articulation of its movements and its perfect stability make Berenice the light that can be moved around without taking up valuable space and with the least trouble. Berenice operates with a transformer that allows low tension current to reach the bulb through the rods without electrical cable, thus leaving its figure slender and elegant.