Louis Poulsen, LP Centrum
Kurt Norregaard, Poul Henningsen

10 shades mounted on 4 legs - Light source located at bottom of fixture - High architectural adaptability - Created for high ceiling spaces - Provides glare free & indirect illumination

Design by Kurt Norregaard based on sketches by Poul Henningsen. LP Centrum provides high-ceiling spaces with glare-free and indirect lighting. An integral aspect of the design, the 10 shades are designed according to the mathematic curve lituus. The philosophy behind the luminaire is to provide light for spaces, horizontally and vertically alike.

White, wet painted.

Story behind the product
LP Centrum consists of 10 shades, which have been designed according to the mathematic curve called lituus. Four legs hold these shades. The legs contain the wiring for the light source located at the bottom of the fixture. The design expression of the fixture makes it a born classic. It fits into classical as well as contemporary architecture.

G12. Max. 150 W

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Louis Poulsen, AJ Royal
Arne Jacobsen

AJ Royal is state-of-the-art. Hemispherical fixture housing. Soft uplight emitted through stepped ring louvres moulded to fit the shape of the fixture.

2GX13, E27. Max. 100 W

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Vitra, Home Desk
George Nelson, 1958

As graceful as it is decorative: this home desk with its refined, lavishly produced base and understated colours is one of George Nelson's design classics. Originally conceived as a ladies' desk, today it has many uses as a small workstation at home.

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Northernlighting, Dokka
Birger Dahl, 1954

Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan Triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel S/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sonnico (Oslo) for many years. Dokka became one of the best selling Norwegian pendant lamps ever produced, until the day Sonnico closed down its lighting production and sales of the lamp came to an abrupt end. In 2007 Northern Lighting decided to relaunch this design classic, taking care to preserve the main shape and features that originally made it such a well-loved light.

Dokka chrome
Dokka offwhite
Dokka black
Dokka brown

Pendant lamp
Shade material: Steel
Shade ring material: Electrical plated steel
Shade colours: Offwhite, chrome, black or brown
Wire colour and length: Offwhite or black, 250 cm
E27. Max. 100 W

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01 Table, Living Divani
Shiro Kuramata, 1979

Coffee table with bended and chrome-plated 22x2.5mm tube structure. Transparent crystal top.

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Rossin, Bob
Roger Webb, 2006

With rapid changes in working practices and the growth of break out and relaxation zones within the office, Bob was conceived as the soft upholstered option, to be used informally, in multiple groups, yet compact in size, fun and colourful. Its round form reflects its ability to spin within its self, a reel, or a bobbin.

Description: Metal frame and padding in cold-moulded fire retardant polyurethane foam (density 50 kg/m) covered with fibre wadding; fixed cover; revolving base 360° varnished aluminium.

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