DANISH DESIGN - FLOOR LAMPS
Floor Lamps By Arne Jacobsen
Aj by Arne jacobsen
The AJ lamp was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 to SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu). The lamp was part of the overall design concept of the hotel. Several of the hotel’s products have today obtained the status of design icons, and in the field of lighting, especially the AJ lamps have become world-renowned.
Aj royal model 28710 by Arne jacobsen
AJ Royal Model 28710 is designed by Arne Jacobsen for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The lamp is made of lacquered steel with a shade of fabric. The lamp stands out a lot and does not look like some of his other models.
BellEvue by Arne Jacobsen
The Bellevue table lamp was designed in 1929 by Arne Jacobsen as the first lamp series from the master’s hand. Production and design is a speck shot from the Bauhaus period and the screen with its cutting of the 45 degrees is also seen going again at the famous Bellevue gas station.
Floor Lamps By Hans J. Wegner
Opala by Hans J. Wegner
Floor Lamps By Poul Henningsen
Ph80 by poul henningsen
The PH 80 floor is based on the same 3-screen principle and with the logarithmic spiral as a starting point. The material is opal acrylic and the top screen is red to give a warm and atmospheric light. The lamp number does not refer to the diameter of the screen as normal in the 3-screen system. The lamp was made after Poul Henningsens death to mark his 80th birthday in 1974 – hence the name PH 80.
PH floor lamps by poul henningsen
Beautiful and classic Poul Henningsen floor lamp with black or chrome metallized frame. The timeless PH floor lamp has a display in mouth blown, white opal glass and frame in black or chrome metallised brass. The fine, dark or chome frame and the simple glass screen create a beautiful contrast that gives both industrial and classical expression.
Floor Lamps By Verner Panton
Panthella by verner panton
Panthella table and floor lamp was designed by Verner Panton in 1971 and is still one of his most popular lamps. The lamp’s organic shape, like the many strong colors the lamp was originally launched, is typical of Verner Panton’s design. Verner Panton wanted to create a lamp where both the foot and the screen act as a light reflector. Previously, the lamp was produced in several colors. Today it is available in white.