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.
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Le Klint Le Klint Pendant 172
John Obermiller from Omaha, NE
Spectacular show piece. We hung this above a saoking tub in the master bathroom. It looks very delicate but it is durable.
Very unique light-a conversation piece!!
bigal from morgantown WV– Verified Buyer
We are very pleased with this light! It is a conversation piece for sure. Upon first reaction, I was very surprised about the materials used for the light - it almost felt cheap. But, I ultimately moved beyond this as the light hung in our home for a while and I just fell in love with the uniqueness. It is pricy - so you're paying for a unique factor rather than the quality, as it's a pretty "simple" light when you look at the construction. We have the light hanging above our kitchen table. It is adjacent to a wave tile wall that matches this wave pattern. So, I would re-purchase it in a heartbeat. But, there are many other cool lights in this price category that I would possibly reevaluate if it didn't match our wall so perfectly!!!
Le Klint Pendant 172
no nickname from Lake Oswego, OR– Verified Buyer
These are perfect for my space in a contemporary room on either side of the fireplace.
Frank from Edmonton, AB, Canada– Verified Buyer
Simply looks great and blends well with modern furniture
Davey Jones from Washington DC– Verified Buyer
Eye-catching, and pleasing design ideal for a contemporary setting
Art Lover from Washington state– Verified Buyer
My home has a blended eclectic vib. With this light, I got a high functioning light and an attention getting art piece. It is perfect for my open foyer.
I love my new pendant lamp!
Susan from Dayton, Ohio– Verified Buyer
I recently bought a new condo and have done much renovation to it. I wanted a new dining room light and found the Le Klint lamp. It is by far the most favorite thing I've bought for my new home. The lamp is beautiful! See the pictures as proof!
To Be Admired As An Art Piece
None from Pasadena, California
I come home everyday and that is the second thing I look at, next to my sweet dog. The pendant lamp is so unusually shaped that I loved it immediately when I came upon this site. (The lamp hangs where I can see it in the open space of my living/dining/kitchen area.)
Great Service and Price
Cre8tive from San Diego– Verified Buyer
This hanging fixture can go anywhere! It's fun, quality made and reasonable.
David in PS from Palm Springs, CA
I feel like I "discovered" this light 7 years ago when I happen to see it online and purchased it for my dining room. I took it with me a year later to my new house, but left it for the very appreciative new owner as he just loved the look in the dining room. The irony is that now I need to buy another one for my new house, as I just can't find anything else like it. TWO THINGS: Put it on a dimmer. It's great for all kinds of dinners, so make the most of it. Also, BE CAREFUL with tall candles. The material is some sort of folded plastic (mylar, maybe??) and it will melt if a candle got too close.
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.