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Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. Danish Design by Louis Poulsen For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com
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4 Brass Doo-Wops hanging over a table in the kitchen.

4 Brass Doo-Wops hanging over a table in the kitchen.

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests.  For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

Doo-Wop was designed in the late 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings and was used in canteens, offices, corridors and many other places. However, the light fixture continued to live on through many antique stores, and some time ago Louis Poulsen decided to resume production in response to countless requests. For more information and inspiration go to: http://www.louispoulsen.com

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