VL45 Radiohus Suspension Lamp

Designed by:  Vilhelm Lauritzen
Manufactured by:  Louis Poulsen

The Radiohus suspension lamp was originally designed in the 1930s by Vilhelm Lauritzen in partnership with Louis Poulsen for the construction of the Radiohuset building on Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, which is now home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music. It was originally used for general illumination in many parts of the Radiohuset building. And with its powerful downwards light combined with gentler illumination via the opal glass – which generate softer tones in the room – it is simply ideal for illuminating both everyday objects and more decorative items.  The VL45 Radiohus is constructed with brushed brass and hand blown glossy opal glass. The small version of this lamp requires one 100 watt max A19 IF medium light bulb or one 22 watt max A19 LED medium light bulb. The large version of this lamp requires either one 200 watt max A23 IF medium light bulb, or one 22 watt max LED A19 medium light bulb. Bulbs are not included.

Designed in 2016.
9.8" Diameter, 9.8" H (small)
14.6" Diameter, 14.6" H (large)
$620.00
Designed by:  Vilhelm Lauritzen
Manufactured by:  Louis Poulsen

The Radiohus suspension lamp was originally designed in the 1930s by Vilhelm Lauritzen in partnership with Louis Poulsen for the construction of the Radiohuset building on Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, which is now home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music. It was originally used for general illumination in many parts of the Radiohuset building. And with its powerful downwards light combined with gentler illumination via the opal glass – which generate softer tones in the room – it is simply ideal for illuminating both everyday objects and more decorative items.  The VL45 Radiohus is constructed with brushed brass and hand blown glossy opal glass. The small version of this lamp requires one 100 watt max A19 IF medium light bulb or one 22 watt max A19 LED medium light bulb. The large version of this lamp requires either one 200 watt max A23 IF medium light bulb, or one 22 watt max LED A19 medium light bulb. Bulbs are not included.

Designed in 2016.
9.8" Diameter, 9.8" H (small)
14.6" Diameter, 14.6" H (large)
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Designed by:  Vilhelm Lauritzen
Manufactured by:  Louis Poulsen

The Radiohus suspension lamp was originally designed in the 1930s by Vilhelm Lauritzen in partnership with Louis Poulsen for the construction of the Radiohuset building on Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, which is now home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music. It was originally used for general illumination in many parts of the Radiohuset building. And with its powerful downwards light combined with gentler illumination via the opal glass – which generate softer tones in the room – it is simply ideal for illuminating both everyday objects and more decorative items.  The VL45 Radiohus is constructed with brushed brass and hand blown glossy opal glass. The small version of this lamp requires one 100 watt max A19 IF medium light bulb or one 22 watt max A19 LED medium light bulb. The large version of this lamp requires either one 200 watt max A23 IF medium light bulb, or one 22 watt max LED A19 medium light bulb. Bulbs are not included.

Designed in 2016.
9.8" Diameter, 9.8" H (small)
14.6" Diameter, 14.6" H (large)

Louis Poulsen

“Inspired by an urge to carry the soft luminescence of the Scandinavian summer into the dense darkness of the Scandinavian winter, Louis Poulsen has always sought not to design lamps, but to shape light.” Founded in 1874, Louis Poulsen is a Danish lighting manufacturer born out of the Scandinavian design tradition where form follows function. The function and design of its products are tailored to reflect and support the rhythm of natural light where every detail in the design has a purpose and every design starts and ends with light. From the mid 20th century through the present, Louis Poulsen’s close partnerships with designers and architects like Poul Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Oivind Slaatto, Alfred Homann, Oki Sato and Louise Campbell, has established the manufacturer as one of the key global suppliers of architectural and decorative lighting. Defying traditional product categories, Louis Poulsen’s products serve and span the professional and private lighting markets for both indoor and outdoor applications.