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Louis Poulsen Collage
The Louis Poulsen Collage Lights series includes the Model Collage 450 from the 2009 and the Model Collage 600 from 2005, which was designed by Louise Campbell. A prototype was first shown in 2004, together with the Model Campbell pendant 275 and 14 other experimental models at a furniture fair in Copenhagen. During the design work, the nature of daylight was guiding principle for them. The Model Collage 450 it was to come as close as possible to daylight. She believes that the biggest difference between the day and artificial light is the former comes from a light source, in which one is not looking. In addition, the light will only alleviated by natural circumstances and reflected before it reaches us. These aspects have been found in the light reflected. When Model Collage 450, the light is filtered through three screen segments with light and shadow effects, to come as close as possible to natural daylight. The Collage emits diffused, mainly downward lighting. The pattern of three laser-cut acrylic screens were minutely shifted from each other in order to prevent unpleasant glare from the light source. The pattern of shades individually, resulting in different experiences of light and shadows. A soft, pleasant light is achieved by mounting the optional lower visor.