Tine Mouritsen has made her debut as a designer for Le Klint with this nice little table lamp.

Diameter
11cm
Energy Label
A+ (A++ - E)
Finish
White
Frame Included
No
Light Bulb Cap Type
E27
Light Bulb Included
No
Luminous Flux
420lm
Material
Plastic Foil, Acrylic
Year of Design
2011

She wanted the entire lamp to exude light so she designed the base in pleated plastic material in combination with a transparent acrylic tube. The lamp is also available in a version with a top shade - see model 312-1. Both models are ideal for any small table, shelf, or windowsill.

Please note that this product is provided with an EU plug + a UK adapter. For fixed UK plug options please contact your trade account manager.


Tine Mouritsen

Architect, 1974

Tine Mouritsen graduated from the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts' School of Architecture in 2000. Since 2003 she has worked as a freelance architect, and also as a furniture and interior designer. Apart from LE KLINT, her customers include GRID Montana, Luceplan, Copenhagen City and Port Development, Erik Jørgensen and FONA.

Tine's breakthrough came with the sustainable furniture series Q02, which was launched during the COP 15 summit in Copenhagen in December 2009. The success of Q02 led to nominations for Danish design magazines Bo Bedre and Bolig-magasinet design awards, as Designer of the Year and Upcoming Designer of the Year, respectively. Tine has strong design skills specifically in furniture and interior design, both for private and public spaces. She is much-coveted as a designer of exhibitions and trade fairs. With her characteristic 'less is more' philosophy, she designs clear and simple concepts where she takes the customer's or the assignment's DNA , history and visions for the future as her point of departure.


"I have always been fascinated with light in its many forms. I am constantly amazed at the ability of pure natural light´s power, to enhance or deplete nature´s beauty. On occasion, I have questioned, how can it get us to simultaneously, think about colour texture and shade, while interacting with our senses and affecting our moods." Kim Weckstrøm Jensen, CEO