Le Klint

Le Klint - Sinus 172 Pendant Lamp

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RRP £331.00 £320.50 incl. VAT, GB free shipping*

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Origami Lamp made of Folded Plastic

The Sinus Pendant Lamp from Le Klint is unique mainly due to its bold and stylish shape. The rounded lampshade is especially decorative, and gives every room a pleasant homely atmosphere with its soft glare-free light.

Handmade Lampshade

The design for the Sinus Pendant Lamp from Le Klint was created in 1971 by the Danish architect Poul Christianen. Like most of the lamps from Le Klint, Sinus' lampshade is made by highly-skilled craftsmen.

Available in different sizes, the origami pendant lamps made of plastic can be individually adapted to various rooms.

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Item no. 137368
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Material Plastic foil
Colour White
Dimensions Height: 31 cm, Diameter: 33 cm
Weight 1.5 kg (without packaging)
Voltage 230V/50Hz
This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++ to E (Energy efficiency classes: from A++ (very efficient) to E (less efficient))
Illuminant included No
Base E27
Maximum power 40 Watt
EAN 5703387017214
Design Poul Christiansen
Please note information on disposal
Category Pendant Lights
Le Klint - Handmade Lamps  

Le Klint - Handmade Lamps

Le Klint's handmade lamps stand out with their unique and intricately folded lamp shades. A look behind the scenes and at the creation of the origami lamps here in the video.

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Customer Reviews

Underestimated classic with slight weaknesses in the B note

4 of 5 stars 14.05.2019, , Le Klint - Sinus Pendant Lamp, Ø 33 cm
4 of 4 customers have found this review helpful.

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I don't know if it's just me and my lack of acquaintances to other design lovers, but I've seen this light for the first time: from my present (actually completely unsuspicious of good taste) employer. I think this relatively rare use is both a curse and a blessing: a curse because it is really beautiful and of timeless elegance. Blessing, because then one cannot see oneself so easily at it fullly and the lamp is so always something special. The lamp comes with complete equipment, i.e. lamp, canopy, lamp socket and 7 Watt LED lamp (no Phillips or Osram, but to me an unknown brand, but it fulfils its purpose). Even a (in my opinion rather useless) ceiling attachment is enclosed. Unfortunately the lamp socket is made of plastic. Cloth cable and porcelain socket would of course have been nicer. However: optically it fits, because also the lamp is made of plastic. By the way, one of the more solid variety, so don't worry. But whether the white turns yellow over the years can only be seen in time. What is initially surprising is the design of the lamp socket to a maximum of 20 watts. However, this must probably be the case with regard to the heat generation of normal light bulbs (e.g. halogen) so that the lamp does not melt. The lamp socket is attached to the luminaire by means of a wire construction which appears to be less filigree or resilient and by means of which the luminaire is "clamped" to the cable of the lamp socket. Difficult to describe, you have to see (by the way: there was no manual for this). Even if this is a construction that doesn't bear any weight, I still don't find it particularly successful and stable. But deductions in the overall score. By the way, I don't recommend to use the milky enclosed lamp as a lamp, because it takes a lot of light away in connection with the quite thick plastic of the lamp.

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