AJ Gólflampi 60W E27, Rusty Red

Louis Poulsen
Arne Jacobsen

Þessi vara er sérpöntuð. Afhendingartími er breytilegur eftir framleiðendum en tekur a.m.k. 4 til 8 vikur, vinsamlegast sendið fyrirspurn á epal@epal.is til að fá nánari tímasetningar.

  • Skeifan
  • Harpa
  • Kringlan
  • Laugavegur
  • Vefverslun Epal

149.000 kr

Senda fyrirspurn

Vörunúmer: LPP-5744165361

Lýsing

Gólflampinn er hannaður af Arne Jacobsen og framleiddur af
Louis Poulsen. Hægt er að aðlaga skerminn í þá átt sem hentar og beinist birtan
niður frá skerminum. Lampinn kemur í nokkrum litum.

Mál: Breidd á fæti: 275 cm x Hæð: 1300 cm x Lengd á skermi: 325
cm

Snúra: 2,4 m

Perur: 1x20W E27

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

Efni

Stál

Vörumerki

Litur

Rauður

Hönnuður

Arne Jacobsen

Stærð

H: 130 cm

Nánari upplýsingar
Efni

Stál

Vörumerki

Litur

Rauður

Hönnuður

Arne Jacobsen

Stærð

H: 130 cm

Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen

As a child growing up in Copenhagen, it’s said that Arne Jacobsen painted over the Victorian wallpaper in his bedroom. Young Arne didn’t cover his walls with typical childish drawings or paint the ornate wallpaper boyish blue – he decided to paint his room entirely white. This decision may seem typical today, but in the early twentieth century white walls were not yet in fashion. From the very beginning, Arne Jacobsen was ahead of his time. For more than half of the twentieth century, Arne Jacobsen’s ideas shaped the landscape of Danish design, rippling out from Scandinavia to influence architects and designers around the world. He managed to direct projects ranging from complex buildings like Danmarks NationalBank to detailed challenges as humble as a special teaspoon for his cutlery set, working with a relatively small studio staff driven by an unquenchable need to create. Jacobsen’s creative process centered on his strict consideration of detail. He brought his visions to life for patrons and builders with scrupulous, hand-painted watercolours. In any given year, Jacobsen managed to design what others might be happy to produce in five.