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Item No. 100079799
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VL45 Radiohus Pendant

$820.00
3.5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100079799
New sizes

VL45 Radiohus Pendant

$820.00

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  • 13" H 9⅞" W 9⅞" D
Detailed Dimensions

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VL45 Radiohus Pendant
$820.00
Details

Details

Danish architect Vilhelm Lauritzen is credited with introducing modern architecture to Denmark in the 1930s when he designed the Daells Varehus department store in Copenhagen. That led to the commission for the first Copenhagen airport terminal and the broadcasting house Radiohuset, a pinnacle of Danish architecture that now houses the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Like many architects of his time, Lauritzen often designed furniture and lighting to complete his buildings, and it was for Radiohuset that he created the VL45 Pendant (1942). Intended to provide general illumination, the VL45 offers glare-free downward light combined with gentler ambient light through its opal glass diffuser. The high quality of the glass ensures that the fixture is evenly lit. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E26 base; 100W max for small, 200W max for large. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
Brand
Louis Poulsen
General Dimensions
  • 13" H 9⅞" W 9⅞" D
Product Weight
4.5 lbs
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Small

  • Height (in): 9¾
  • Width (in): 6⅞
  • Depth (in): 6⅞
  • Weight (lbs): 3.25

Large

  • Height (in): 17⅝
  • Width (in): 14⅝
  • Depth (in): 14⅝
  • Weight (lbs): 11.5

Medium

  • Height (in): 13
  • Width (in): 9⅞
  • Depth (in): 9⅞
  • Weight (lbs): 4.5
  • Hand-blown white opal glass diffuser
  • Brushed brass pendant tube

Vilhelm Lauritzen

Vilhelm Lauritzen is credited with introducing modern architecture to Denmark in the 1930s when he designed the Daells Varehus department store in Copenhagen – furniture and lighting included. He saw architecture as “applied art for the people, never a privilege for the few,” and went on to design many notable buildings and their interiors, led by his functionalist approach and timeless aesthetic.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to lead, which is known in the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.