Designed for Louis Poulsen by Japanese studio Nendo, the NJP Mini retails at David Village Lighting. It combines Japanese design principles with Louis Poulsen's Scandinavian roots for a sleek and modern aesthetic.
One lucky Dezeen reader will win a Louis Poulsen NJP Mini LED Table Lamp from David Village Lighting in a finish of their choice.
With a shade designed to reference Japanese chimneys, the lamp emits a softly diffused downward direct light from an integrated LED light source concealed within. The design of the NJP shade also features an opening at the back, which allows for a subtle hint of light to escape.
Available in a selection of muted Scandinavian-inspired finishes, including brown rose, petrol blue, taupe, soft pink and light aluminium grey, Nendo intended the lamp to be "simplistic yet highly functional".
The main arm of the NJP Mini can rotate 342 degrees around the base, making it as suitable for a desk or task-oriented workspace as it is a reading nook or bedside table.
To further add to its adaptability, the NJP Mini features an integrated stepless dimmer switch located upon the shade, which allows users to adjust the light according to their needs.
The lamp is also fitted with a timer function that will turn its LED light off after four or eight hours.
David Village Lighting is a furniture and lighting retailer with a portfolio of over 70 designer brands, including Louis Poulsen, Muuto and Tom Dixon. Founded in 1981, the retailer specialises in decorative and architectural lighting for both residential and commercial clients.
To find out more about the retailer and the brands it carries, visit its website.
This competition is now closed. Terms and conditions apply. One reader will win a Louis Poulsen NJP Mini Table Lamp in the colour of their choice. The winner will be selected at random and notified by email. This competition is open to readers in the UK only.
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