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Louis Poulsen

Enigma 545 Pendant

$2,500.00

The fixture emits glare-free, soft, comfortable downward light. The shade design ensures even illumination of the surface. The matte upper surface diffuses the light, while the shiny lower surface ensures optimal reflection.

Enigma 545 was designed by Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama in 2007 and extends the Enigma family. Enigma 545 is a larger version of Enigma 425, based on the design idea of floating shades held by ultrathin wires, providing a transparent and light expression. The name enigma stands for ‘mystery’, referring to the fact that the shades appear to hover when viewed illuminated from a distance. The design fitted well with Louis Poulsen´s product philosophy and was a new interpretation of the multi-shade system - Japanese grace combined with Scandinavian simplicity. In 2018, the original aluminum version is joined by a new, black edition, expanding the design’s decorative possibilities, and creating a serene visual and atmospheric effect as it shapes and channels light.

    38.2"H x 21.4"W, Cable Length: 144"

    Light Source:
    1 x 50W PAR16 GU10

    Material: 
    Cone: Cast aluminum
    Shades: Matte acrylic
    Pendant Stem: Extruded brushed aluminum
    Wire: Stainless Steel

    If in stock, please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery. If not in stock, please allow up to 12 weeks for delivery.

    Designer

    Shoichi Uchiyama, born in Tokyo, founded Shoichi Uchiyama Design Office in 1977, focusing on creating glare-free, indirect lighting that enhances the beauty and texture of objects. He emphasizes the importance of quality lighting and the elimination of glare, using full-scale mock-ups to perfect light distribution and fixture aesthetics. His meticulous approach has earned him prestigious awards such as the iF Award in Germany and the Good Design Award in Japan.

    Brand

    Established in 1874 as a lighting manufacturer, Louis Poulsen has become one of the world's leading producers of lighting. This success is attributed to collaborations with renowned designers and architects like Arne Jacobsen, Øivind Slaatto, Poul Henningsen, and Verner Panton.

    Shoichi Uchiyama
    Louis Poulsen