Hans J. Wegner, Opala Midi Pendant in black

Hans J Wegner | Hans J Wegner, Opala Midi Pendant

Hans J Wegner

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Material: High-gloss acrylic, top in wet-painted aluminum shade Bulb: incandescent or fluorescent bulb.

Ø 51 x H 28.5 cm
Wattage: Max 100 W
4m textile cord

Hans J. Wegner Opala Midi Pendant
The Opala Pendant by Hans J. Wegner was one of three Opala lamps originally designed for Hotel Scandinavia in Copenhagen. The pendant was sold for many years both for offices, public buildings, private homes, and for large projects like the Churchill College in Cambridge designed by architect Henning Larsen. The lampshade is made with impact-resistant acrylic and has a chrome base.

Hans J. Wegner was a brilliant light designer. Both The Pendant and his futuristic Opala-series – originally designed in the seventies – are now manufactured by Pandul. Hans J. Wegner received many international awards for his work and in June 1997, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by The Royal College of Art in London.

About Pandul
Pandul was founded in 1982. Close collaboration with Professor Jørgen Gammelgaard led to the development of the TipTop and VIP collections. The Pandul lamp collection was later expanded by the exclusive designs of celebrated Danish architect and furniture designer Hans J. Wegner and a series by renowned Danish designer Erik Magnussen. Now as the latest addition to the collection, we proudly present some of the unique designs by another world-famous Dane, Henning Koppel, trained in drawing and sculpture, but perhaps best known for his outstanding work for Georg Jensen silversmiths.