Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light White 60cm
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light White 60cm
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light
  • Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light

Louis Poulsen Patera Pendant Light White 60

€1,107.44
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The pendant is a glowing sphere built up of small diamond-shaped cells. Each cell is carefully designed to capture light and to shield the light source from the viewing angles above 45 degrees.

Each cell glows. Below 45 degrees, the fields are open to direct light downwards. A small amount of light is also sent upwards to illuminate the ceiling.

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Specifications

60cm version requires 1 x Max. 200W E27 clear bulb

Class: Ingress protection IP20. Electric shock protection I w. ground (LED), II w/o ground (E27).

Materials & finishes
Cut matt PVC shade in white. Ceiling rose included

 

Size Description

0cm (height: 57.7cm)
Cable length: max. 4 metres

 

  • Oivind Slaatto

    Øivind Slaatto (born 1978) is a promising Danish designer, recognised for his simple and poetic solutions. Nature is Øivind's most important source of inspiration. He also seeks to transfer characteristics such as rationality, logic and harmony to his designs. Øivind has a master's degree from the Danish Design School and studied music prior to this at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. An appreciation for music permeates his approach to the design process. He understands that 'practice makes perfect', and constantly seeks to refine his solutions. In his own words, he wants his designs to be like a piece of music being played – which people experience as simple and light.
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