The Enigma 545 pendant lamp was designed by the Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama for the company Louis Poulsen. The Enigma 545 spends a soft, anti-glare light from uncompromising quality. The five screens are equally lightened and seem to float in the room.
Despite its minimal design the lamp Enigma 545 is characterized by a refined light-technique and a pleasant room illumination. Enigma 545 spreads indirect light that is reflected by its screens on one side, and direct light that is soft and diffusedly led to the room through its screens, on the other side.
A thin steel rope holds the matt lacquered acrylic screens that expose the characteristic form of the lamp. The exceptional surface treatment from the acrylic material was required to reach the desired light quality. The lower part of the screens is blank. The light source is hosted inside of the cone and invisible from every angle.
Shoichi Uchiyama was inspired by Japanese lamps for the Enigma 545. The pendant lamp shares the glare-free, pleasant light philosophy with all the other Louis Poulsen lamps.
The Enigma 545 is the smaller version from the Enigma 825. Originally it was destined to private living rooms but it can also be used in professional surroundings without any problems because of its pleasant light spending.