Louis Poulsen NJP Table Lamp

Designed by Nendo for Louis Poulsen
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£385 inc. VAT
£385 inc. VAT
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£385 inc. VAT
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The Louis Poulsen NJP Table Lamp was designed by Japanese design studio Nendo and designer Oki Sato as a new interpretation of the classic architects lamp.

All the familiar details are present: springs, angled shade and rotating head. Yet everything is very different. NJP Table is a new interpretation of the classic architect lamp, with functional qualities that have helped make it the archetypal work lamp and extremely popular in workplaces and private homes. One elegant detail is that the shade head is open at the rear, so that reflected light from the LED light source is utilised to illuminate the top section of the arm. A decorative – and practical – detail which allows the angle of the shade head in relation to the arm to be seamlessly adjusted via a ball joint. The opening also improves the thermal conditions for the LED light source, thereby helping ensure a long lifetime. The lamp arms have two spring systems which ensure they can be seamlessly adjusted to suit any work situation. The lamp's simple functionalist design includes a groove in the arms in which the cord is visibly recessed.

Length of arm attached to base: 45cm
Length of arm attached to head: 46cm
Head diameter: 14.9cm
Base diameter: 22cm
Cord length: 2 metres

Materials & finishes
Base in steel. Arms and lamp head in aluminium. Joints in anodised aluminium. Powder coated in white, grey or black

Light Source (included)
10W LED 2700K, CRI>90.
Universal LED driver attached to cord. Switch on the fixture head. Timer function: 4 hours/8 hours.

IP20 rated.

Please note this product is CE approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customers sole risk, responsibility and liability.