Ceiling lamp A1965, brass
The 1965 ceiling lamp was created by Finnish designer Paavo Tynell in 1947. Like many other well-known designs, the 1965 ceiling lamp was created for the Finnish House in New York, which was one of the most ambitious and successful projects in history to introduce Finnish design.
The luminaire instantly became a hit and defined the culmination of his medieval work. By combining perforated metal and a unique elevator mechanism, the designer achieved the goal of creating a flexible luminaire with the benefits of both fixed and mobile lamps. The system allows the light source to be adjusted to different heights, as a result of which light glowing elegantly through the matte screen illuminates either a specific area or a larger room.
Impeccable design fully demonstrates the designer 's ability to turn everyday consumables into functional works of art. Tynell's work played a significant role in the development of medieval design aesthetics.
3xE27 - Max power 60W halogen, 10W LED (bulb not included)
DIMENSIONS: Ø46cm, height 26cm, cord length 380cm
MATERIAL: steel, brass
DELIVERY TIME: predicted 2-3 weeks