This lamp uses only what is necessary to create light: bulbs, wires, connectors. By multiplying these essential elements an opulent chandelier is created. Less and more are united in a single product. It is on permanent collection at the following museums:
Centraal Museum - Utrecht, The Netherlands
Museum of Modern Art - New York, USA
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art - San Francisco, USA
National Gallery of Victoria - Melbourne, Australia
The International Design Museum - Munich, Germany
Vitra Design Museum - Weil am Rhein, Germany
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Philadelphia, USA
The A330S provides direct illumination. Made from steel with a painted white interior and equipped with 8 feet of white or black (Black shade only), field-cuttable cable. Design: Alvar Aalto Manufacturer: Artek Made in Finland Year: 1937 Material: Steel or brass Lamp Dimensions: H 8" x Ø 6.8" Canopy Dimensions:...
Known as Juolukka (a kind of whortleberry), this pendant was chosen to be used in Aalto's La Maison Carré project. The A338 provides direct illumination. The opening is cut asymmetrically in the side of the shade. Made from steel in white painted finish. Equipped with...
Part of the Nelson Bubble Lamp series, the Nelson Apple Bubble Pendant has a clean, rounded symmetry. It comes with a ceiling plate, from where it floats overhead, casting a soft, even light. George Nelson designed the series in 1952. He was inspired by a...
Asteroid is an angular, encased light designed by Koray Ozgen for Innermost U.K. It is a unique floor or table lamp designed with 24 facets, each with its own unique geometry. The Asteroid can be placed on several of the facets, to display as different...