Louis Poulsen VL Studio Wall Lamp

£460.00
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Louis Poulsen VL Studio Wall lamp. 

The VL Studio Wall lamp, the newest lamps in this iconic series, are closely related to the VL pendants due to the use of opal glass for the shade. It is made of either polished brass that is slightly brushed or a clean graphical black, both with a glossy white, triple-layered, mouth-blown opal glass shade.  It can be used for many situations around the home, in bedrooms, lounges or any other room. Can be tilted 90 degrees either left or right.

The VL lamp series, designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen in the late 1930's, was originally used in the Radiohuset building (the Danish broadcasting house) in Copenhagen (today the Royal Danish Academy of Music). VL38 and the VL45 pendant were both used in the building, then started appearing in the Louis Poulsen catalogues after WW2. 

  • Added to the VL series in 2022.
  • Comes in 2 body colours, black & brushed brass.
  • Retro Danish design.
  • Iconic Danish design lamp.
  • Can be tilted either way by 90 degrees.

    Colour: Brushed brass, Black.

    Dimensions:  150 x 150 x 201 Max 9.2 kg.

    Material: Glass: Mouth-blown, 3-layered opal glass, glossy. Housing: Deep drawn aluminium or brass. Please note the untreated brass will patinate.

    Cable type:  Cable type: Plastic cord. Black for black version and white on brass versions. Cable length: 2.5 m. Two options. With cable and on/off switch on cable or variant for ​mounting directly on power outlet with on/off on main switch.

    Bulb: G9. Glass can be unscrewed to change the light source. Can be dimmed depending on the bulb chosen being dimmable.

    Ingress protection IP20. Electric shock protection II w/o ground.

    Please note that the brass surfaces are untreated. This means that the surface will change over time and develop a patina.