Doo-Wop Pendant

Doo-Wop Pendant

Louis Poulsen
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Originally introduced in the 1950's . Was designed in close cooperation between the Navy Buildings Department and Louis Poulsen. The pendant was used for many years in the builidngs of the Navy for many different applications such as canteens and offices. The Navy Pendant, which was the name at that time, was widely used because of the unique lighting properties and utility. Not until the early 1980's the product was taken out of the Louis Poulsen catalogues. The design appears timeless but has a strong connection to the New Look of the 1950s. It was reintroduced as Doo-Wop in 2012 in new colours and a brass version. In 2017 with new metal editions in copper and stainless steel. The production methods are the same and the shades are still spun by hand and completed with the fine rolled edge which gives the shades a special optical volume. Especially the brass variant challenges the craftsman as it is spun from a solid brass plate and appears polished.

The fixture primarily provides a downward directed soft light by means of the white lacquered inner conical
reflector. The outer reflector, the main shade, contributes to directing the light up- and downwards, while at the
same time spreading the soft diffuse light. The inside of the main shade is illuminated through an opening in the
inner conical reflector.

Finish
White or Dark Grey, powder coated or polished Brass, Copper or Stainless Steel.

Materials
Shade: Spun aluminium, brass, copper or stainless steel.
Suspension: Spun aluminium.
Struts: Stainless steel.

Mounting
Suspension type: Cable 2x0,75mm².
Canopy: Yes.
Cable length: 3m.

Light source 1x60W E27

Product Details

Title
Doo-Wop Pendant
Vendor item no.
5741093465
Collection
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