VIP Swing Table Lamp

SKU: B205S
$1,499.00 Regular price


  • Translucent White Shade - Polymer

White Opal
  • Translucent White Shade - Polymer
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Width 22"
Height 27"
Depth 13.75"
Diameter 13.75"
Platform Height 4"
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The Swing VIP Lamp by professor & architect Joergen Gammelgaard is a highly recognized design icon. The basic idea of VIP is the unique multi-adjustable shade that gives the same lamp several identities and increases the way it can be used. The lamp is used in private homes as well as in hotels & conference centers around the world.
In addition to providing overhead light on an end table, desk, nightstand, etc., the VIP Swing Table lamp has 90° of swing movement and 180° of shade movement. This versatility allows the user to direct the light from many different angles. Manually adjust the shade from overhead to an open-faced direction with a simple motion. Internal friction enables the shade to stay in place until moved again.
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Watts 100
Bulb(s) 1
Intended Use Indoor Dry
  • Includes one 100W equivalent LED bulb
  • Multi-directional shade
  • Wet painted aluminum shade and steel base for smooth matte finish
  • Brushed stainless steel arm
  • Assembled to UL standards
  • Intertek Certified
  • 13.75" shade diameter
  • 6" shade height
  • 18 lbs.
  • Soft felt bottom
  • E26 Medium base
  • Switch on socket
  • 10' Cord in color to match lamp
  • Made in Denmark
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Jorgen Gammelgaard

Jørgen Gammelgaard belonged to a generation of skilful furniture designers who all learned their craft in the time-honoured Danish apprenticeship tradition. Following his apprenticeship Gammelgaard studied with Grete Jalk, and then became a student at the Danish Royal Academy’s furniture school, working under Poul Kjærholm and Ole Wanscher. Gammelgaard later worked in the design studios of Arne Jacobsen, Mogens Koch, Steen Eiler Rasmussen and Jørgen Bo. During this period he also did consultancy work for the UN on Samoa, where he designed his famous Tip-Top lampshade. Some of Gammelgaard’s most successful furniture designs include the Crestrail and Skagen chairs. Jørgen Gammelgaard was the first designer to receive the annual awards from both the Danish Design Council and The Council for Arts and Crafts. In 1987 he was appointed Professor of furniture design at the Danish Royal Academy.

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Pandul was founded in 1982. Close collaboration with Professor Jørgen Gammelgaard led to the developing of the TipTop and VIP collections. The Pandul lamp collection expanded by exclusive designs by celebrated Danish architect and furniture designer Hans J. Wegner and a series by renowned Danish designer Erik Magnussen. Now, as the latest addition to the collection, they proudly present some of the unique designs by another world-famous Dane, Henning Koppel, trained in drawing and sculpture but perhaps best known for his outstanding work for Georg Jensen silversmiths. The Pandul collection of Danish classic, modern lamps consists of some of the very best lamp designs ever made – by some of the most recognized architects and designers. Apart from its unique design qualities, a true classic, modern lamp in The Pandul Collection is timeless because you can not precisely identify whether it was designed three years or three decades ago. Like much good music, their classic designs have no age.

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