Louis Poulsen Nyhavn Wall Light


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Louis Poulsen

Nyhavn Wall was designed by Alfred Homann and Ole V. Kjær in 1976. Nyhavn Wall won a prize in a competition held by Louis Poulsen for lighting in old and heritage urban areas. Homann explains the idea behind the wall fixture: It was important that the fixture was smaller and more discreet than the other products on the market at that time. The light is characterized by a cone-shaped shade and three anti-glare rings which emit soft light directed upwards.

The conical shade ensures comfortable light that is directed downwards in a wide beam. The shade interior has a white matte painted surface, ensuring uniform light distribution. The rings ensure that a stray light is controlled, and direct a small amount of light onto the top side of the shade for self-illumination.



12.2″W x 18.5″L x 8.4″H


Mounting: Surface: Mounted directly to finished surface over a recessed 4” octagonal junction box. Material: Shades: Spun aluminum or spun copper. Diffuser: Clear glass. Top: Spun aluminum or spun copper. Mounting box: Die cast aluminum. Mounting box cover: Spun aluminum or spun copper. Arm: Copper plated, red brass or steel. Class: cULus, Wet location.

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