Lisa Johansson-Pape designed the Senator table and floor lamps in around 1947. Innolux restarted production of the iconic Senator lamps in honour of the centenary...
Lisa Johansson-Pape designed the Senator table and floor lamps in around 1947. Innolux restarted production of the iconic Senator lamps in honour of the centenary of Finland's independence.
Senator lamps’ shades in shimmering green, the dazzling brass parts and stand covered in natural leather accentuate the space in the room for an elegant feel. Senator lamps are made to the designer’s original specifications using Innolux’s demanding standards for quality and light. Innolux has formal agreements with the designer’s estate to use and manufacture Lisa Johansson-Pape’s brand-name products under European copyright laws.
Dimensions: Ø 420, h. 1460 mm
Power: 1 x max 35 W
Light source: E27
IP class: IP 20
Weight: 8.7 kg
Switch details: floor switch
Cord details: 2.5 m, black fabric cord'
Aito messinki:Genuine brass: Innolux brass luminaires are coated so that they can be cleaned with a damp cleaning cloth and mild detergent. Avoid abrasive detergents. Abrasives damage the surface of the luminaire. The luminaire should not be polished or scrubbed too much as it will remove the coating. As a result of the coating wearing out, the surface of the luminaire may darken or discolor. Genuine leather: The genuine leather used in Innolux luminaires ages beautifully and gets a wonderful patina coat over time. The leather parts used in Innolux luminaires are vegetable tanned. Only touch the leather strap or other parts of the lamp with clean hands. Only suitable leather care products should be used to handle, care for and clean the leather to keep it in good condition. Note that leather care products may also darken the surface of the leather. Other metals : Innolux luminaires made of metals are coated and because of this, they withstand handling. You can wipe a lamp made of such a material with a damp cleaning cloth dipped in a mild detergent mixture with a minimum pH of 6 and a maximum of 9. However, excessive polishing or abrasion may remove the coating, and the surface may darken or discolor as a result. When choosing a detergent, make sure that it is not abrasive and that the cleaning cloth is not too rough.