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LISA pendant

 

design Lisa Johansson - Pape, 1940’

The Lisa pendant lamp by designer Lisa Johansson-Pape, a major figure in post-war Finnish design that was remarkably early in Europe in terms of its openness to women, seduces with its simplicity and subtle decorations. The white interior reflects a maximum of the light downwards, while the fine perforations allow a little light to escape laterally, which illuminates the lamp itself.

Available in two formats and several finishes, the Lisa suspension can be used alone or in a group, above a table or a console.

Cordon 2 m

Materials aluminium – Brass

Light source 1 x E27 – Classe IP 20

Lisa 270

Silver
Ø26,5 x H28,5 cm

White
Ø26,5 x H28,5 cm

Brass
Ø26,5 x H28,5 cm

Lisa 450

Silver
Ø44,5 x H25,5 cm

White
Ø44,5 x H25,5 cm

Brass
Ø44,5 x H25,5 cm

Lisa Johansson-Pape

Lisa Johansson-Pape's career as a designer has been long and varied. Johansson-Pape's career in lighting design began in 1942 when she designed a number of contemporary design lights for the lighting design company Stockmann-Orno, among others. Johansson-Pape also served as artistic director of Orno. “It was quite by chance that I became an artist designer of lighting. By training, I am a furniture designer, but I had to make lamps during the war. Light fixtures started to interest me so much that I put furniture design aside. I'm a bit more interested in lamps and lighting than design. I want to provide quality lighting to every Finnish home.”