Pakhaus Pendant Light
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Design by Erik Møllers Tegnestue A/S, 1984.
By Louis Poulsen.
The Pakhaus Pendant Light was designed for the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen. The building is an old warehouse that dates from the 18th century. Like so many other buildings from this era, it has many rooms with low ceilings. The Pakhaus Pendant was designed to suit low ceilings while omitting a warm glowing light.
The Pakhaus Pendant Light is an example of minimalistic lighting technology. The anti-glare ring elimiates diect glare, while permitting optimal light distribution both upward and downward. The Pakhaus Pendant Light features a white powder coated finish with a spun aluminum canopy. Ships with 12 feet of white PVC power cord.
Material(s): Steel, Metal, Aluminum, Metal
Dimensions: 4.3"D X 6.7"H; 150.7" max height
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 1 X 75W 120V E26(medium base) A19 incandescent (not included)
Listing: UL, CUL, IBEW
Model(s): PAK-P 5741902718
Louis Poulsen's approach to architectural development began with its collaboration with famous and well respected lighting designers, like Poul Henningsen. Together they created a lighting and product philosophy encompassed by the words "function", "comfort" and "ambience". This philosophy continues to influence simple and functional product design, which focuses on well-being and the perception of artificial light, which leads to the creation of unique lighting environments. Louis Poulsen's approach to lighting lies in a very strict and uncompromising product philosophy grounded in simplicity. All elements must serve a light-related purpose. The result is a product line that displays simple and discreet designs ideally suited to all types of architecture across cultural styles.
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