Le Klint Lamella Wall Lamp

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  • Brand: Le Klint
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Le Klint Lamella Wall Lamp


The Lamella lamp series was inspired by the delicate pleating effect of the underside of a mushroom. Its simple, subtle curves are emphasised by the widely dispersed, pure white light. To stay true to nature’s form, the LE KLINT’s old production handicraft technique called Plica has now been re-instated into their pleating technicians routine to create this beautiful new lighting collection.


Hallgeir Homstvedt is a Norwegian designer with a degree in Industrial Design and honours from Newcastle University in Australia. After completing his studies in 2006, Homstvedt started to work for the prominent design studio Norway Says. In 2009, he opened his own design studio, focusing on furniture, interior and product design. His work has been exhibited in London, Tokyo, Oslo, New York and Milan.


Jonah Takagi received a BFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. After several years of life on the road as a touring musician, Jonah launched his studio in 2010. He has exhibited work throughout Europe and America and counts among his clients such esteemed brands as Roll and Hill, Matter, Kvadrat, La Chance and Hem.


Available Colours and Finishes:

Aluminium or Golden


Materials:

Plastic, aluminium


Dimensions:

Model 235 - Height: 12 cm, diameter: Ø21 cm.

Model 236 - Height: 13 cm, diameter: Ø50 cm.


Light Source:

2x6W-LED, E27 socket (light source not included).


Design by Takagi & Homstvedt - 2018



LE KLINT lamps are developed in cooperation with architects and designers who have great respect for their craftsmanship and traditions, which have been handed down from generation to generation. They strive to embrace change and continually update their designs in accordance with today’s technologies and changing trends. 


The story of LE KLINT is not merely the story of a company, but also a reflection of the history of design and technology for more than one hundred years - a century during which LE KLINT has evolved into today's modern manufacturing company without compromising its integrity.