Carin floor lamp
Carin lamp, which is Lisa Johansson-Pape’s handprint, proudly bears the designer’s first name. Innolux Carin is a new family of luminaires with a sophisticated look sealed by a brass or chrome arm. Beautiful metal dome is easy to direct and the practical touch switch brings a timeless lamp to this day. The sleek and stylish Carin luminaire family includes table, wall and floor luminaire models and is available in chrome and brass colours.
- Size: l 430, w 220, h 1240 mm
- Colour: brass / chrome, white
- Material: metal
- Weight: 4,4 kg
- Power:: 1 x max 35 W
- IP class: IP 20
- Lamp base: E27
- Light source included: no
- Dimmability: no
- Switch information: floor switch
- Cord length: 3 m
- Cord information: white textile cord
Lisa Johansson-Pape graduated as a furniture designer in 1927. She had a long, varied and illustrious career in design. Johansson-Pape’s furniture was highly functional, with the durability of the underlying structure being the basis for their design. In 1942, she began her career as a lighting designer and designed several design luminaires in the style of the time, including for Stockmann-Orno. The main materials used in her luminaires were enamelled metal, acrylic and glass. In Johansson-Pape’s luminaires, technical functionality and practicality in the space to be illuminated were the priorities. She designed luminaires and other lighting for several types of large spaces in Finland, such as hospitals, churches and even ships. Johansson-Pape was the artistic director of the Friends of Finnish Handicrafts along with her other works from 1951 to 1985, and she was also known as a designer of textiles, rugs and carpets. Lisa Johansson-Pape’s works represented Finland in several international exhibitions since the 1930s. At the Milan Triennial in 1951, her lamps received a silver medal and at the 1954 Triennial a gold medal. Johansson-Pape was awarded the ProFinlandia Medal in 1957. See other items designed by Lisa Johansson-Pape.