Hans Sandgren Jakobsen
The fundamental geometric forms - the circle and the triangle - are key elements in the design of the Radon series. Hans Sandgren Jakobsen is fascinated by the geometric simplicity and thus, he has created design in an utterly clean form where each detail is justified. The circle consists of a half-sphere, while the leg construction forms a universal triangle that ensures the lamp’s stability and balance.
Radon is a light and mobile lamp, made of moulded materials and mounted with rubber feet so it stands firm. The neck at the shade provides flexibility and brings the lamp to life. There is also some air between the shade and the reflector, which insulates and allows you to handle the shade. The switch is placed at the top of the lamp, while the cord leads discreetly out of the back leg to help preserve the lamp’s clean lines.
The light from Radon is direct and adjustable. The shade is multi-directional and furnished with an asymmetrical reflector, ensuring that light spreads out precisely to the surface where it is needed.
Radon by Hans Sandgren Jakobsen was introduced in 2005 in a matt chrome/black version. Thanks to its simple but lively design, Radon has quickly proven its potential for becoming a genuine classic, and is now being presented in a softer version with a white shade and white legs. Isn’t it amazing what colours can do.
Product group: Table lights Free-standing lights Wall-mounted lights General lighting General lighting General lighting Reading lights Reading lights Task lights Floor lamps in metal Table lamps in metal
Designer: Hans Sandgren Jakobsen
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