Description

LYFA’s Divan 2 is a stunning pendant lamp designed by Simon P. Henningsen in 1962, consisting of overlapping steel trapezoids carefully assembled one by one. Although they definitely make the luminaire look quite impressive, the trapezoids’ function is not only aesthetic: they also filter the light in a way that makes it comfortable and glare-free. As a result, the Divan 2 pendant provides soft, indirect lighting.

The Divan 2 pendant is named after the eponymous restaurant in Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, for which the lamp was originally designed in the 1960s. Stainless steel was chosen as its material to allow Tivoli's evening lighting to be reflected from its hand-polished surfaces to the delight of guests dining at the restaurant. To add to the lamp’s charm in daylight, the trapezoids were painted in red, purple, blue, green and white on the other side – the multicolored inside gives the lamp a fascinating look that changes depending on the viewer’s position.

LYFA

Divan 2 pendant, 400 mm, Original


Availability

2–6 weeks

Quantity


Material
Stainless steel
Colour
Stainless steel, red, purple, blue, green, white
Width
40 cm
Depth
40 cm
Height
52,2 cm
Bulb base
E27
Light source
10,5W LED (not included)
IP rating
20
Protection class
I
Energy label
A++ – D
Voltage
230V
Nominal frequency
50/60Hz
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Cable length
3 m
Cable colour
Black
Cable material
Textile
Weight
8,4 kg
Canopy
Yes, black
Ceiling plug
No
Dimmable
No

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Simon P. Henningsen

Simon P. Henningsen (1920–1974) was a Danish architect and luminaire designer with design in his blood – his father was the legendary architect-designer, Poul Henningsen. Simon P. did collaborate extensively with his father, including in the design of Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, and he succeeded his father as Tivoli's chief architect from 1948 onwards. During his career, Simon P. Henningsen designed many luminaires that often featured impressive and playful shapes, strong geometry, and various reflective surfaces.

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