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Hans Wegner L37 Pendant

$1,495
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Hans Wegner L37 Pendant

CHNH005249045

$1,495
Description
Known as the master of the chair, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) also designed lamps. The one he is best known for is “The Pendant,” or L37, designed in 1962 and now produced under license by Pandul. Wegner’s oft-copied innovation lies in the mechanism for adjusting its height: a handle-like frame integrated into the design allows the lamp to be raised or lowered without touching the hand-sanded aluminum shade.
Detail
Color
Brushed aluminum with black metal hanger
Material
Aluminium, metal
Origin
Handmade in Denmark by Pandul
Dimensions
20.07 inches (diameter) x 14.6 inches (height), max cable length 157.48 inches
Notes
This lamp uses one max 100 watt standard incandescent bulb or similar size fluorescent bulb (not included).
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CHNH005249045

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Known as the master of the chair, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) also designed lamps. The one he is best known for is “The Pendant,” or L37, designed in 1962 and now produced under license by Pandul. Wegner’s oft-copied innovation lies in the mechanism for adjusting its height: a handle-like frame integrated into the design allows the lamp to be raised or lowered without touching the hand-sanded aluminum shade. Known as the master of the chair, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) also designed lamps. The one he is best known for is “The Pendant,” or L37, designed in 1962 and now produced under license by Pandul. Wegner’s oft-copied innovation lies in the mechanism for adjusting its height: a handle-like frame integrated into the design allows the lamp to be raised or lowered without touching the hand-sanded aluminum shade. Known as the master of the chair, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) also designed lamps. The one he is best known for is “The Pendant,” or L37, designed in 1962 and now produced under license by Pandul. Wegner’s oft-copied innovation lies in the mechanism for adjusting its height: a handle-like frame integrated into the design allows the lamp to be raised or lowered without touching the hand-sanded aluminum shade. Known as the master of the chair, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) also designed lamps. The one he is best known for is “The Pendant,” or L37, designed in 1962 and now produced under license by Pandul. Wegner’s oft-copied innovation lies in the mechanism for adjusting its height: a handle-like frame integrated into the design allows the lamp to be raised or lowered without touching the hand-sanded aluminum shade. Known as the master of the chair, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) also designed lamps. The one he is best known for is “The Pendant,” or L37, designed in 1962 and now produced under license by Pandul. Wegner’s oft-copied innovation lies in the mechanism for adjusting its height: a handle-like frame integrated into the design allows the lamp to be raised or lowered without touching the hand-sanded aluminum shade.