Model 204, nicknamed "The Mushroom," was created by Vilhelm Wohlert in 1957. The lamp was used for Nobel Prize winner and physicist Niels Bohr's honorary residence in Copenhagen.
The lamp is a wall lamp with a base in untreated light oak or smoked oak. The pleated shade is handmade by our pleating technicians in Odense. Naturally, it is the shape of the lamp that inspired the name of the lamp.
Wilhelm Wohlert trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, where he was taught by Kaare Klint. He was employed by the Academy as Professor of Structural Art from 1968-1986 and was nominated honorary member in 2001. Vilhelm Wohlert designed floor lamp model 325 for Le Klint in connection with the refurbishment of Niels Bohr's home in Copenhagen.
Made in Odense
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Meet the designer
Designed by Vilhelm Wohlert
Architect & professor,1920– 2007
Le Klint was established in 1943 and has since been one of the country's foremost ambassadors for Danish design and craftsmanship
Kim Weckstrøm Jensen
Design Aage Petersen 1970
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