The OJ table lamp was designed by Ole Jensen as a part of the OJ lamp series for Louis Poulsen. It possesses the widest screen from the lamp family. With its height it enables a wide illumination of the table space. The screen also has the widest inclination of the three lamps so that the light is leaded optimally.
The lamp supply was integrated in the design by Ole Jensen. This detail is Jensen’s protest to supplies that come from the lamp foot and became a necessary bad that winds on the table.
The OJ lamp family is characterized by its emphasis on the factual form-speaking, that reminds a little of a pictogram, it is directly known what it is about. The voluminous screen from the OJ floor lamp captures the light to lead it through the opening. The light is pressed outside by a slightly comprised form at the screen opening at the surface and at the bottom, but never leaving the screen completely. The light surrounds the screen and it is transformed into soft with the fine eggshell structure of the surface. The surface captures the light eliminating the limit between the screen and the room.
The OJ floor lamp doesn’t prerequisite specific furnishings. It harmonizes with the newest design trends, but also with the classic environment. The aesthetical-puristic design suits every frame, whereas the white colour gives certain anonymity to the room; switched on and off the individual design marks of the lamp come forward.
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