Item No. 100106242

Multi-Lite Pendant

Item No. 100106242

Multi-Lite Pendant


Black Brass
Black / Chrome
Charcoal Black / Brass
White / Brass
White / Chrome
Blue / Brass
Available to ship in:
  • 14.2" H 14.2" W 14.2" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

Return Options

Not satisfied with your purchase? We'll work with you to make it right. Contact us within three (3) days of your order’s delivery. Learn more.
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Louis Weisdorf for Gubi
Manufacturer SKU:
Multi-Lite Pendant


After graduating from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1954, Louis Weisdorf worked with everything from graphic to interior to industrial design. In the late 1960s, he opened his own studio in Copenhagen, sharing it with architect Ole Panton (younger brother of Verner Panton), where he served both national and international clients. During his career, he worked closely with many designers, including Verner Panton and Poul Henningsen. Weisdorf has always been interested in creating lights that shield the eye from direct glare at all angles, as evidenced by his ingenious Multi-Lite (1972). This clever pendant features two mobile shades that can be rotated to change not only the direction of light but also the lamp’s profile. Bulb (not included): incandescent, CFL or LED; E26 base; 60W max. UL Listed. Made in China.
General Dimensions
  • 14.2" H 14.2" W 14.2" D
Product Weight
5 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 20.75" H 15" W 15" D
Comes fully assembled
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)


  • Height (in): 14.2
  • Width (in): 14.2
  • Depth (in): 14.2
  • Weight (lbs): 5
  • Cord Length (in): 157.5


  • Height (in): 8.9
  • Width (in): 11.2
  • Depth (in): 11.2
  • Weight (lbs): 3
  • Cord Length (in): 149
  • Metal shade with white lacquered interior
  • Brass or chrome frame
  • Fabric-covered cord
Louis Weisdorf

Louis Weisdorf

After graduating from Denmark's Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1954, architect and designer Louis Weisdorf went to work for Danish design master Poul Henningsen. Weisdorf designed lamps for about 15 years in a diverse 60-plus-year architecture career that included the design of homes, schools, and two amusement parks. He described his career as “specialized in versatility.”

More on Louis Weisdorf


Product Q&A