Design Vilhelm Lauritzen, 1940s Die-cast & spun aluminum, brushed brass Made in Denmark by Louis Poulsen
The VL 38 LED Table Lamp is a timeless fixture that was originally designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen for the Radiohuset Building in Copenhagen. Lauritzen designed the building and all the light fittings for the project were created in partnership with Louis Poulsen. The VL 38 LED Table Lamp was first known as the studio lamp as it was used in the radio studios inside the building. Launched in its original design, the lamp features a white, rounded and organic-shaped head that is angled and placed on a brass stem. The functional and elegant table lamp is updated with an LED light source for increased energy efficiency while the inside of the shade is painted white for pleasant, glare-free illumination.
Steel base, spun aluminum shade, and brass stem.
Downward directed light.
Wide range of adjustment with two lockable joints on the stem.
High/low/off brass switch on base.
Separate LED driver that plugs into power outlet.
Ships with 10 feet of white cord.
Dimensions: 15" h | base: 6.9" w | shade: 5.3" d | white cord: 10' feet
Bulbs: : 1 X 11W 120V COB led module, 2700K, 554 lumens (included)
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