Design lamp from the 40s
The VL38 table lamp was originally designed by architect Vilhelm Lauritzen together with Louis Poulsen for the new construction of the Danish Broadcasting Building. As a new edition, the iconic design from 1938 is now available again.
Based on the original designs from the 1940s, the lamp is made with an aluminum shade and base and a brass standpipe.
The combination of white and brass combines classic and timeless elements, allowing the lamp to be harmoniously integrated into different living areas.
Glare-free LED luminaire
Like all luminaires of the VL series from Louis Poulsen , the table lamp has a movable joint, which allows the glare-free light to be easily adjusted if necessary.
Equipped with the latest LED technology, the table lamp by Vilhelm Lauritzen is available in different versions as: Table, floor or wall lamp available.
Danish functionalism: Vilhelm Lauritzen
Vilhelm Lauritzen (1894-1984) is one of the most important Danish architects and a pioneering representative of Danish functionalism. Many of his buildings such as the Nørrebro Teater (1931-1932), the Daells Varehus department store (1928-1935), the Radiohuset broadcasting house (1936-1941), and Copenhagen's first airport (1937-1939) represent the essence of the modern world. Other significant buildings designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen include Vega (1953-1956), formerly the House of the People, now used for concert events, Shell House (1950-1951), and the Danish Embassy in Washington (1958-1960). Above all, the listed Radio House and the terminal of the old Copenhagen Airport are considered unique monuments of modernism in European architecture.
Perfectly shaped lighting design - Louis Poulsen
Danish lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen , founded in 1874, creates products that represent the duality of design and light. Every detail of a design serves a purpose. Every design begins and ends with light. Louis Poulsen offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor lighting options, covering both professional and residential use. Working closely with designers and architects such as Poul Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Øivind Slaatto, Alfred Homann, Clara von Zweigbergk, nendo - Oki Sato and GamFratesi, Louis Poulsen has established itself as one of the most important global suppliers of architectural and decorative lighting.