Optima 4

  • Optima 4
  • Optima 4
  • Optima 4
  • Optima 4
  • Optima 4

Optima 4

Designer:
Producer:
Design year:
1972
Design type:
Floor lamp, Lighting
Dimensions:
Height:
140 cm |55.1 inches
Width of base:
28.5 cm |11.2 inches
Lightsource(s):
No. of bulbs:
2
Bulb socket size:
E27
Max Watt:
60 W
Colors:*
Brown, Chrome (Matte), White, Yellow
Materials:*
Aluminum (Lacquered), Chrome (Matte)
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

Optima 4 are one of two floor lamps in the Optima Series. It features two adjustable lacquered metal shades, on chrome plated arms and a heavy (for stability) lacquered metal base and a super cool double on/off switch (placed on the card), that enables you to choose between which of the shades you want turned on or both shades at the same time.

The adjustable shades are characterized by the soft lines of the Optima pendants and have the same even, glare-free lighting experience as the pendants.

The Optima lighting series was originally launched in 1972 at Fog & Mørup and consisted of seven models: three pendants with diameters of 20, 50 and 60 cm (Optima 5,6 and 7), two floor lamps with one and two heads respectively (Optima 3 and 4), a table lamp (Optima 2) and a wall lamp (Optima 1). All models were white lacquered and matte chrome plated. The brown and yellow versions followed in 1973.

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Meet the Designer

Hans Due

Hans Due

Hans Due trained as a graphic designer, and worked in the art direction and graphic design at a number of advertising and design companies, before setting up his own company, Due Design A/S, in 1974. In 2005, he dedicated himself to working as a visual …

Originally produced by

Fog & Mørup

Fog & Mørup

Ansgar Fog (1880-1930) and Erik Mørup (1879-1972) founded the company Fog & Mørup (F&M) in 1904, having acquired an “ironmongery and consignment warehouse” in Fiskergyde, in Aarhus, with a large inventory of among other things paraffin lamps, g …