Opala Midi

  • Opala Midi
  • Opala Midi
  • Opala Midi
  • Opala Midi
  • Opala Midi

Opala Midi

Designer:
Producer:
Design year:
1978
Design type:
Lighting, Pendant
Dimensions:
Diameter:
51.5 cm |20.3 inches
Height:
28.5 cm |11.2 inches
Lightsource(s):
No. of bulbs:
1
Bulb socket size:
E27
Max Watt:
100 W
Colors:*
Black, Opal white
Materials:*
Aluminum (Lacquered), Opal acrylic (High gloss)
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

Opala – Absolute top tier Danish design, by world famous designer Hans J. Wegner. Simple, stunning and with Wegner’s signature curvature – this is a jaw dropping beauty!

The OPALA series was originally designed for Hotel Scandinavia in Copenhagen in three versions (pendant, floor and table version) and made in white opal high gloss acrylic with either white or black wet painted aluminum top.

The lamps quickly went into production at Louis Poulsen, and are still produced today (now by Pandul). The versatile applications of the light has paved the way for use in offices, public buildings and private homes alike – and even for large scale projects like e.g. the Churchill College i Cambridge by Architect Henning Larsen.

The pendant version was also produced in a MAXI size at one point, but these vintage editions are very rare to find. In the recent years, Pandul have launched a new version, the MINI OPALA.

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Meet the Designer

Hans J Wegner

Hans J Wegner

Hans J. Wegner, Hans Jørgensen Wegner, was a Danish furniture designer. Hans J. Wegner qualified as a cabinet maker in 1931, and in 1938 he completed his training as a furniture designer in the College of Arts and Crafts. In 1940, he joined the drawing …

Originally produced by

Louis Poulsen

Louis Poulsen

The company Louis Poulsen actually started out as a wine importing business, founded in 1874, by Ludwig R. Poulsen. Unfortunately the business closes four year later, in 1878. But Ludwig Poulsen did not give up, and saw his opportunity to embark on a n …