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Charlottenborg Lamp - White

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Charlottenborg Lamp - White

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The Charlottenborg Lamp by Poul Henningsen is a stylish light solution providing only indirect light. Offering a gorgeous diffusion of light which can make a space feel both airy and cosy in equal measure. Consisting of four inter-woven shades of frosted glass, softening and spreading light throughout a space, and a single strong central cable, it is both sculptural and understated. This allows it to slip seamlessly into almost any setting, making it the ideal addition to your home.

Charlottenborg Lamp
Charlottenborg Lamp


Henningsen designed the lamp for the Charlottenborg exhibition building in Copenhagen. Suitable for high and low mounting. The timeless elegance and functionality of Charlottenborg Pendant Lamp is the result of the designer’s expertise in lighting theory and his constant experiments in the search for harmonious lighting. 


Charlottenborg Lamp
  • Material: Spun Metal 
  • Wattage:  E27 1 * 60W (Recommended)
  • Bulb Included: No
  • Dimmable: Yes / Independent Device Not Included
  • Assembly: Electrician Advised
  • Instructions: Included
  • Look: Modern
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Cable Length: 180cm (Fully Adjustable)
  • Dimension: Diameter Ø 46.5cm, Height 64cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 50cm, Depth 50cm, Height 41cm
  • CBM: 0.103 Weight: 4kg
Inspired By

Poul Henningsen

Born to a famous Danish actress mother, Poul Henningsen started practicing traditional functionalistic architecture, but over the years his professional interests changed to focus mainly on lighting which is what he is most famous for. He was one of the leading figures of the cultural life of Denmark between the World Wars. His most valuable contribution to design was in the field of lighting. He carefully studied reflecting and baffling of the light rays from the bulb to achieve glare-free and uniform illumination. In 1925, one of these fixtures won first prize for modern lighting at the International Exposition of Decorative Arts in Paris. His light fixtures were manufactured by Louis Poulsen and his theories were still practiced by Louis Poulsen Lighting. Other notable designs by him include the PH Grand Piano, examples of which are included in several prominent twentieth-century design collections, including that of the Metropolitan Museum in New York City. He also designed Glassalen for Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen.

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