Le Klint 101XL Pendant Light
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Kaare Klint served as an apprentice to architect Carl Petersen and his own father, P.V. Jensen-Klint, in whose footsteps he followed as architect to the Grundtvig Church.
Kaare Klint designed the interior of the LE KLINT store in Store Kirkestræde in Copenhagen and supplied the drawings for LE KLINT 101 known as the Lantern and LE KLINT 306, a versatile wall and table lamp, which are still two of the most outstanding lamps in the LE KLINT range.
He was appointed a university lecturer in 1924 and in 1944 he became Professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen, where he founded the School of Furniture Design.
Kaare Klint was commissioned for many projects.Two of his outstanding masterpieces are The Bethlehem Church in Copenhagen (1935-37) and the décor for the Danish Museum of Art and Design in Copenhagen (in cooperation with Ivar Bentsen) from 1921-26.
The Le Klint 101 was created in 1944 by Kaare Klint, is one of the most intricate of of their designs. 'The Lantern' as it is often called, emits a soft white glow through the shade, great for use with a dimmer as a central pendant lamp. This lamp is still one of Le Klint's best sellers and an example of iconic mid century Danish design and craftsmanship.
- Designed in 1942 by Kaare Klint.
- Hand folded from a single piece of lampshade foil in Denmark.
- Cord & bulb socket included.
- Fantastic as a single central pendant.
- Available in 3 sizes.
- This version features a Brass or Steel suspension.
Dimensions: H 75 x Ø 55 cm.
Material: Plastic foil with Brass or Steel suspension.
Bulb: Max 60 W E27.
Cord: 3m white cord.
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