About the Le Klint 172 Lamp
Christiansen worked with lampshades that were folded into various shapes, and he soon found that wave pattern produced an extremely beautiful and interesting style. In addition to introducing mathematics into furniture design Christiansen also showed that creating delicate pendants entirely out of plastic was not at all impossible. Available in white plastic this lamp becomes the talking point of any interior, and can be used with various other lamps. To see these designer lamps, click here.
History of the Le Klint 172 Lamp
The Le Klint 172 was created by Poul Christiansen when he was a student at the Architecture School in Copenhagen. The creativity and innovative techniques that went into the creation of this lamp proves that Danish designers are always ahead of their time. Together with Poul Henningsen's Artichoke, Christiansen’s light became one of the most famous lamps in history, and the popularity of the Le Klint 172 led to many adaptations.
Diameter of Size 1 - 33 cm
Diameter of Size 2 - 42 cm
Diameter of Size 3 - 55 cm