• LP01 pendant light, Philip bro ludvigsen, Lyngby porcelain
  • LP01 pendant light, Philip bro ludvigsen, Lyngby porcelain
  • LP01 pendant light, Philip bro ludvigsen, Lyngby porcelain
  • LP01 pendant light, Philip bro ludvigsen, Lyngby porcelain
  • LP01 pendant light, Philip bro ludvigsen, Lyngby porcelain

LP01 pendant light

LP01 pendant light by Philip Bro Ludvigsen for Lyngby Porcelain.

Designed in 1936, the elegant white porcelain Lyngby vase is one of the most iconic designs of Lyngby Porcelain. With a gently ridged surface and oblong shape, the pure white vase is minimal yet elegant.

In keeping with this design, and inspired by the classic grooves of the Lyngby vase, the LP01 pendant light is an elegant socket well suited for kitchens, hallways and living rooms.

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LP01 pendant light by Philip Bro Ludvigsen for Lyngby Porcelain.

Designed in 1936, the elegant white porcelain Lyngby vase is one of the most iconic designs of Lyngby Porcelain. With a gently ridged surface and oblong shape, the pure white vase is minimal yet elegant.

In keeping with this design, and inspired by the classic grooves of the Lyngby vase, the LP01 pendant light is an elegant socket well suited for kitchens, hallways and living rooms.

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Fitting: 4.7dia x 8.7cmh
Bulb: 9.5dia x 13.5cmh

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The white socket is mounted on a white cord of silicone and fabric and is complimented by round, oblong or angular bulbs.

Please note bulb sold separately.

Bulb:
1 x 18W E27

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Established in Denmark in 1936, Lyngby Porcelain stood in stark contrast to the highly decorative designs of the time.

Established in Denmark in 1936, Lyngby Porcelain stood in stark contrast to the highly decorative designs of the time.

Focussing on form over ornamental detailing, Lyngby were inspired by the functional designs which emerged from the Bauhaus movement in Germany between 1919 and 1936.

The elegantly minimal designs had a very distinctive and modern aesthetic, which gradually garnered interest, in particular during the 1950s.

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