Very elegant lighting design by Louis Kalff for Dutch lighting company Philips. Metal wall sconce made of sheet folded metal, painted black and white. The light brings contours of light through the openings between the metal segments, and provide a refined, graphical and warm light to the surroundings. The sconce is in original condition except for the black shade that has been repainted.
NX46 Sconce by Louis Khristiaan Kalff for Philips, 1950s
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