Dinette

  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette
  • Dinette

Dinette

Designer:
Producer:
Design year:
1970
Design type:
Lighting, Pendant
Dimensions:
Diameter:
29 cm |11.4 inches
Height:
16 cm |6.3 inches
Lightsource(s):
No. of bulbs:
1
Bulb socket size:
E27
Max Watt:
60 W
Colors:*
Coral red, Grey brown, Light blue, Light brown
Materials:*
Acrylic
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

The Dinette is a beautiful medium size pendant. Made up of two parts of cast acrylic plastic. The inner core is translucent white and acts as a base for the bright colored outer shade, as well as housing the bulb mounting.

It casts a warm full light (depending on the bulb you choose – of course), and high placement of the bulb mounting, inside the translucent white acrylic core, ensures a glare free experience.

The Dinette’s simple and understated design, expresses a (for the time) modern twist on the classic brass and copper pendants of earlier times. Utilizing new materials, state-of-the-art production methods, and a trendy and fashionable color pallet, the Dinette was marketed across Europe. Originally produced and marketed in four different colors gray-brown, light brown, light blue and coral-red.

Available from The Collection

Dinette by Bent Karlby, Lyfa, 1970
Bent Karlby
LYFA
In stock: 1
Dinette (brown) by Bent Karlby, Lyfa, 1970
Bent Karlby
LYFA
In stock: 1

Meet the Designer

Bent Karlby

Bent Karlby

Bent Karlby was a Danish architect, designer and member of the resistance. He was educated at the Technical School in Aarhus, in 1932. Karlby worked for Vilhelm Lauritzen in the period of 1934-39, Palle Suenson 1939-40 and Ernst Kühn 1941-43. In Januar …

Originally produced by

LYFA

LYFA

LYFA (LYFA A/S) began as “Københavns Lampe- og Lysekronefabrik” (Copenhagen Lights- and Chandelier Factory), in 1903. In 1930, the company changed name to LYFA. LYFA won the gold medal at the World Exhibition in Barcelona, in 1930 and again in 1935, at …