Louis Poulsen VL38 Wall lamp.
The VL38 Wall lamp, 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). Both this and the VL45 pendant used in the building, then started appearing in the Louis Poulsen catalogues after WW2. It was reintroduced to the LP catalogue in 2016 with the black versions in 2017. It now features modern LED fittings for light and features 100% and 50% light settings and a timer function of off/4 hrs/8 hrs. It's painted white on the inside of the shade and fitted opal diffuser to soften the light.
The VL38 lamp series is a soft, organic retro design, another of Louis Poulsen's iconic Danish mid century designs.
- Designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen in the late 1930's.
- Adjustable shade & arm.
- Retro Danish design.
- VL38 is available in table, floor & wall lamps.
- Iconic Danish design lamp.
- LED light source.
- 2 light settings, 50% & 100%.
Colour: Brushed brass. Black or White, powder coated.
Dimensions: Max W 135 x H 190 x L 290 mm. Max 1.1 kg.
Material: Wall box: Punched aluminium. Shade: Spun aluminium. Arm: Brushed brass.
Cable type: Plastic cord. Cable length: 3,3m. Light control: Switch on wall box. 2 light levels. Timer function: 4 hours/8 hours. LED driver: integrated in wall box.
Bulb: LED 2700K 9.6W. Lumen: 416. Included.
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. Function to set a fixed light level each time the lamp is connected to main power. LED driver integrated in wall box. Two light leves 50% or 100%. Timer function to automatically turn off the light after amount of time, selectable between off/4 hours/8 hours. Adjustable (up and down) and rotating (to the side) lamp shade. For LED replacement kit please contact Louis Poulsen. The innovation of the LED technology is constant. The specifications mentioned are based on present technology.