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Planner PM-02 Table lamp Fritz Hansen

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Regular Price: £170.20

Special Price £153.18


Elegant: Planner PM-02 table lamp by Fritz Hansen

As a new addition to the Planner series, the Pm-02 table lamp is a new edition of a design that has existed since the 1950s. The designs come from Paul McCobb, who died in 1969. They convey a special minimalism and create a Scandinavian atmosphere with their look.

A tubular opal glass screen, mouth-blown by experienced craftsmen, stands on a black or brass base. The untreated brass is very resistant and tarnishes over time, creating a beautiful patina.

Material and size

The shade is made of mouth-blown opal glass and a base of black powder-coated steel or untreated brass. The luminaire has a diameter of 13.6 cm and a height of 31.4 cm.  

Dimensions / Infos

Dimensions / Infos

Herstellerartikelnummer 82719
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Height (cm) 31.4
Diameter (cm) 13.6
Material Steel, brass
Efficiency Class Light Source A++, A+, A, B, C, D, E.
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