Karlebo Pendant Light by Skaarup and Jespersen for Fog & Mørup
Huge luminaire designed in 1975 by the Danish architectural duo Hans Hartvig Skaarup and Marinus Jespersen, for the Fog & Mørup label. Named after Karlebo, it is a lamp designed for both work spaces and dining rooms. It has a structure that combines metal and aluminium (the main shade), both lacquered in white. Its design is based on the principle of the reflective multi-screen system, creating a harmonious and glare-free lighting.
The electrical part has been revised and cleaned up, replacing the cable with a white plastic one and the fleuron with a cylindrical, metallic and equally white one. Its aesthetic condition is good, with minimal signs of use as slight scars on the cylinder that crowns the lamp, along with areas with ripples at the apex of the largest screen. It uses a ceramic lamp holder (suitable for both LED and filament bulbs) of E27 type max.150W (if it is a filament bulb or its equivalent in LED).
H: 32 cm D: 60 cm