Le Klint’s 375M table lamp is based on Esben Klint’s iconic lamp model 107 from 1942. Le Klint's design team has turned the classic into a table lamp by adding a sturdy oak stand with brass details to the beautifully folded lamp shade. You can choose the delicate shade in paper or plastic – light is filtered through both softly, creating an ambient, soft lighting.

Le Klint

375M table lamp




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Oak, shade: PVC plastic or pure paper
White, oak, brass
33 cm
38 cm
Bulb base
Light source
Max. 20W LED (recommended, not included)
Energy label
A++ - E
Cable length
2,1 m
Cable colour
Cable material
Care instructions
Plastic shade: Clean with a soft cloth or dust brush. You can also wash the shade with lukewarm soap water. Paper shade: Clean with a soft cloth or dust brush.

Esben Klint

Esben Klint (1915–1969) was a Danish architect and the son of renowned architect Kaare Klint. Esben Klint studied at Copenhagen’s technical school and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, as well as with some of the leading architects of the time, but most importantly he learned from his father. Klint worked for the royal building inspector Nils Koppel, but also as an independent architect and designer. In addition to his designs for the family lighting company Le Klint, he has designed furniture in collaboration with Børge Mogensen as well as church furnishings, like the organ facade of Grundtvig church in Copenhagen.

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