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Pair of ceiling light fixtures by Lyfa. Denmark 1970s.


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Width: 28 centimeters, Height: 14 centimeters, Depth: 28 centimeters

A pair of metal ceiling light fixtures made by Danish lamp manufacturer Lyfa. A ceiling fixture plate is attached to the ceiling and the square metal outer frame is attached with a clip onto the fixture. The system makes them easy to attach and easy to change light bulbs. The outer box and the 4 piece square glare protection are powder coated in white. A strong and heavy metal construction.

Good condition with only a few minor marks and scratches of time. Standard E27 porcelain light bulb sockets. Each light measures 28 x 28 cm. Sold only as a pair.

By the 1950s, Lyfa had built an international reputation for original, high-quality, modernist lamps. In the postwar era, the company collaborated with esteemed architects and designers to produce minimalist, sculptural, “Space Age” table lamps, wall lights, and pendants, especially in colored glass, plastic, and enameled aluminum.

Bent Karlby, in particular, created a number of successful designs for Lyfa in the 1960s, such as the Kvadrille Wall Light, Omega Pendant, Pan-Opticon Wall Light, Påfugl/Peacock Wall Light, and Wonderlamp Pendant.

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Additional information

Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 50 × 50 × 40 cm

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