Louis Poulsen Nyhavn Wall Lamp Outdoor
The conical shade ensures comfortable light that is directed downwards in a wide beam. The shade interior has a white matt painted surface, ensuring uniform light distribution. The rings ensure that a stray light is controlled, and direct a small amount of light onto the top side of the shade for self-illumination.
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Light source 1x100W E27
Finish: Copper, brushed or white, wet painted.
Material: Shades: Spun aluminium or spun copper. Enclosure: Clear glass. Top: Spun aluminium or spun copper. Wall box: Die cast aluminium. Wall box cover: Spun aluminium or spun copper. Arm: Copperplated, red brass or steel.
Mounting: Terminal block: 1x3x2.5mm². Cable entries: 2x bottom + 3x rear entries for Ø 10-14.5mm cable. Looping: Approved, max. 3x1,5mm².
Weight: Min: 3.1 kg Max: 4.7 kg
Class: Ingress protection IP44. Electric shock protection I w. ground.
Info notes: Please note that the copper versions are untreated in order to achieve a verdigris finish over time. This can result in an inconsistent surface finish prior to the product achieving full patina.
The innovation of light sources is ongoing. Consequently we only inform about the max. wattages. On www.louispoulsen.com we update a list of recommendable light sources.
Kindly note that this product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.
- Size Description
Ø Cable length 10-14.5mm
<p>Alfred Homann grew up in South Zealand, Denmark. In 1976, he graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine arts in Copenhagen. During his years as a student, he worked at renowned architect Vilhelm Wohlert’s office, where he also spent his first years as an industry professional. Homann has been the principle of his own design and architectural office in Denmark and spent the years between 1987 and 1995 in the U.S. as a practicing designer. Over the past few decades Homann has received numerous design awards at home and abroad. Today, in addition to design, he is a visiting professor at architectural and design schools troughout Europe.</p>