The fixture emits diffuse light directed primarily downwards. The patterns on the three lasercut acrylic shades have been carefully staggered with the aim of eliminating unpleasant glare from the light source. The patterns differ between the shades, resulting in different perceptions of light and shadow depending on the viewing angle.
- Suspension: Naturally Anodized Aluminum
- Shades: Laser Cut Acrylic
- Diameter: 60 cm / 23.6 inch
- Height: 36 cm / 14.2 inch
- Cord Length: 400 cm / 157 inch
- 1 x 100W A-19 IF Medium
- 1 x 22W LED A-21 Medium
- Suspension Type: 1 stainless steel aircraft cable.
- Cord Type: 2-conductor
- Canopy: White
- 18 AWG white PVC power cord
- Dry location
- cULus Listed
The essence of Louis Poulsen Lighting is to create human-friendly lighting – lighting that makes people feel comfortable and relaxed and creates an excellent atmosphere. Louis Poulsen's lighting philosophy consists of three elements: function, comfort and ambience. Louis Poulsen Lighting wants people to feel they are in good company.
For more than eighty years, Louis Poulsen has collaborated with such visionary architects and designers as Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton and Foster+Partners to produce innovative lighting solutions for buildings and their surroundings. Poul Henningsen, designer of the iconic Artichoke Pendant Light, began a lifelong collaboration with Louis Poulsen Lighting in 1925 that lasted until his death. To this day, Louis Poulsen Lighting still benefits from his genius.
Louis Poulsen Lighting offers a complete product line that includes suspended, ceiling, pendants, table, floor and wall lighting for both indoor and outdoor use. The superior styling, craftsmanship and quality of Louis Poulsen products can be found on projects around the globe.
Louis Poulsen Collage 600 Pendant Lamp Designed by:
- Louise Campbell
Louise Campbell was born in Copenhagen in 1970. Being the daughter of a Danish father and an English mother, she grew up and was educated in both countries. After graduating from the London College of Furniture in 1992, she returned to Denmark and continued her studies in Industrial Design at Denmark’s Design School, graduating from here in 1995. She set up her own studio in 1996, from where she has worked independently since.
Louise Campbell's work is playful and experimental, and is reputed for gently twisting not only everyday objects and situations, but also materials and manufacturing processes in new directions. The client list is long and varied, including companies such as Louis Poulsen, Zanotta, HAY, Royal Copenhagen, Holmegaard, Stelton, Muuto, Georg Jensen, Baccarat, The Danish Ministry of Culture and IMM Cologne, where Louise was guest of Honour in January 2014 and thereby the designer behind the annual ideal house, Das Haus.