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Louis Poulsen

NJP Wall Lamp


The fixture provides direct glare-free horizontal light while reflecting some of the light through the rear of the head, illuminating the top of the arm. The ergonomic design of the fixture head shapes the light and gives optimal light direction. A simple mechanical system provides great freedom of movement, so the light can always be set in the ideal position in the workspace. The shade is painted white on the inside, reflecting comfortable diffused light.

The NJP series was designed by Oki Sato, founder of nendo design studio, with the intention of producing a new interpretation of the classic anglepoise lamp – with all its familiar details – in a contemporary design, featuring functions adapted to modern working life, both in the office and at home. The NJP Wall lamp’s flexible head and arms provide exceptional adjustability, which is often lacking in standard wall lights. This makes the light highly suitable for the bedroom, where adjustable beds are becoming increasingly common, and where it can be difficult to find the ideal position for a fixed wall light. It features an LED light source and is designed with the source positioned high up as to avoid dazzling and unpleasant lighting. One refined yet practical detail is its chimney-shaped head reflecting some of the light through the rear and therefore illuminating the top of the arm – while allowing the heat from the light source to escape.

Diffuser Diameter: 15.9"
Long Arm Height (Attached to wall bracket): 17.7"
Long Arm Height (Attached to head): 18.1"
Short Arm Height: 6.3"
Cord Length: 72"

Arms and Lamp Head: Aluminum
Joints: Anodized Aluminum
Wall Bracket: Aluminum

1 x 10W LED 2700K / 3000K
Cord Type: White (White finish), black (non-white finish)
Switch: High/low/off button on the fixture head
Timer Function: 4 hours or 8 hours
LED Driver: Separate, plugs into power outlet
Dry location
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In 2002, Oki Sato founded nendo design studio, named after the Japanese word for modeling clay, symbolizing creative flexibility. Unlike traditional designers who adhere to the 'form follows function' mantra, Sato integrates the product's history into his minimalist designs, adding subtle details that evoke memories. His use of soft, friendly shapes ensures his creations are immediately inviting and comfortable.


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.

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