The Keglen pendant light by Louis Poulsen impresses with its minimalist cone shape. It was designed by Bjarke Ingels' design studio BIG Ideas, originally for the Tirpitz Museum in Denmark, which opened in 2017. Keglen has been part of the Louis Poulsen product range since 2020.
The Keglen collection includes different models with different sizes and proportions, each with different light scattering and therefore suitable for numerous applications. Most of the light is directed directly downwards, but a small part escapes through an opening at the tip of the shade, providing additional indirect lighting.
The shades of the Keglen lamp are made of painted aluminum. A curved diffuser made of opaline white polycarbonate closes the shade at the bottom and ensures pleasant, glare-free light.
Keglen can be used as a single lamp or arranged in rows or in clusters. With its clear geometry, it fits perfectly into minimalist interiors, but also sets modern, striking accents in other architectural contexts.