Poul Christiansen, Architect MAA MDD, born in Copenhagen, Denmark 1947, graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen 1973. Freelance designer since 1969,Lamp design for Le Klint A/S from 1969. Employed by Ib and Jørgen Rasmussen 1977-86, architecture and design, design for Kevi and Herman Miller. 1982-87 Furniture design for Sorø Stolefabrik DK, Lübke and Brunner, Germany.
|Le Klint Pendant 171||12.25" H x 16.5 - 21.75" W x 16.5 - 21.75" D||Unavailable|
|Number of Lights:||1|
|Product Category:||Pendant Lights|
Questions & Answers
Le Klint Le Klint Pendant 171
Beautiful dining room light
Vancouver2010 from Vancouver, BC– Verified Buyer
Looks beautiful over our Danish Modern dining room table.
So far so good
David from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer
I haven't installed the light as of yet. Waiting for construction to finish, but I plan to use it at the foot of the stairs. The light has a great design and is the perfect size for what i plan to use it for. I just wish it came with instructions. I think I figured a way to install it, but it seems that I will be left with a few unused parts that came in the box. If anyone knows what the proper assembly is, please let me know.
Unique and stylish lighting!
Alexi from Boston, MA– Verified Buyer
Our electrician said something about it not being UL approved, so you might want to check on this. Otherwise, we love it!
Perfect for our breakfast nook
Chico from San Francisco– Verified Buyer
It has a beautiful design and provides the right amount of light for our little breakfast nook. It didn't come with any installation instrctions so it took a little longer to figure out how to hang it. Luckily, there were some instructions on the Web too. Overall, it was a good buy.
Anonymous from Minnesota– Verified Buyer
The company makes all types of home lighting, including table lamps, floor lamps, pendant lamps, and wall lamps. Founded by Tage Klint in 1943, the company also manages a fund which supports Danish architects and designers. The Le Klint tradition entails bringing the finest Danish designers into the family fold and manufacturing the avante garde designs they put forth. Such a tradition has made Le Klint the envy of the design community. Their designs made waves in the 1960's and remain fashionable and chic decades later.