Fritz Hansen  Radon Table Lamp
  • Fritz Hansen  Radon Table Lamp
  • Fritz Hansen  Radon Table Lamp
  • Fritz Hansen  Radon Table Lamp
  • Fritz Hansen  Radon Table Lamp

Fritz Hansen Radon Table Lamp

€273.00
Availability if not in stock accessories 2 weeks furniture 6 weeks
Color: *
  • White (Alba)
  • Black (Nigra)
Shipping Costs
€46.80
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The Radon Table™ lamp is based on the basic geometric shapes - the circle and the triangle. Radon’s three legs form a universal triangle, which ensures stability and balance.

The semi-spherical shade is multi-directional and furnished with an asymmetrical reflector, ensuring an efficient distribution of light. The switch is placed at the top of the lamp, while the cord leads discreetly out of the back leg to help preserve the lamp’s clean lines.

Since 2005 Radon has been part of the Danish Museum of Decorative Art’s great collection of classics.

Specifications

Surface
Nigra: Matt black lacquer
Alba: Matt white lacquer
Solis: Matt yellow lacquer

Material
Shade: Sandblasted aluminium laquered.
Base: Turned brass and steel bars/round steel with matt chrome coating

Installation
Black PVC cord with plug, cord length 2 m, switch on top of lamp 

Energy Label
A++, A+, A, B, C, D

Class
Class of insulation II,  IP20, (F)

Certification
CE

Shade: Sandblasted aluminium laquered.
Base: Turned brass and steel bars/round steel with matt chrome coating.
E14 max 60 watt
Length cord 2 m
Only available in the 220V European model.

Size Description

Diameter 21 cm (8.3″)
Width 32 cm (12.6″)
Height 52 cm (20.5″)

  • Hans Sandgren Jakobsen

    Hans Sandgren Jakobsen belongs to a younger generation of industrial designers who, by virtue of their talent and craftsmanship, have managed to renew the interpretation of lighting. The ability to join functionality with a minimalistic completeness of form is one of his trademarks. As we know, light gives life to space and furniture. Accordingly, it has been his goal to create an aesthetic experience in viewing the lamps and utilising the light they exude. He accomplishes this by limiting the number of details so the overall design stands out.
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