The 107 Model's design was present within the Le Klint family way before the company was founded, with the light later becoming the emblem of the company trademark logo. Defined by the intricate, delicate pleats that Le Klint is known for, the elegant shade has been topped with a round steel fixture, a simple element that adds a new dimension of hight and grandeur, whilst embodying a serene, contemporary simplicity. Perfect for clustering in a row over a counter or worktop, or for hanging low over a lounge chair or sofa, the pendant's minimal, soft appearance can add an inviting glow of light in spaces of all shapes and styles.
Esben Klint (1915-1969) was the son of famous architect and professor, Kaare Klint and grandson to Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint, an engineer and architect who folded the first Le Klint lampshade.
Esben worked on his own architect business, expressing a fascination with grand church design. As well as producing furniture with Børge Mogensen, he has designed a number of lamps for Le Klint, many of which are still part of the product range today.