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Design by Alvar Aalto, 1952.The fitting was nicknamed Käsikranaatti (in English- Hand Grenade) and first used for the Finnish Engi...neer's Association and in the council chambers at Säynätsalo Town Hall.The A110 was designed to act as a spotlight providing direct illumination, with a little bit of indirect light coming from the top of the shade. Available in white or black lacquered aluminum with removable white, black or polished brass ring. Equipped with 8.2 feet of field cuttable read more

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Design by Alvar Aalto, 1950.Known as Juolukka (a kind of whortleberry), this pendant was chosen to be used in Aalto's La Maison Ca...rré project.The A338 provides direct illumination. The opening is cut asymmetrically in the side of the shade. Made from steel in white painted or chrome plated finish. Equipped with 8.2 feet of white, field-cuttable cable. read more

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$1,020.00
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Design by Alvar Aalto, 1953.By Artek.Nicknamed Mehiläispesä (Beehive), this lamp was first introduced in the interior design of th...e University of Jysäsklä. Decorative and sculptural even when unlit.Provides direct and ambient illumination. White painted aluminum, with polished chrome or brass rings. read more

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$1,020.00
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Design by Alvar Aalto, 1953.By Artek.Nicknamed Mehiläispesä (Beehive), this lamp was first introduced in the interior de...sign of the University of Jysäsklä. Decorative and sculptural even when unlit.Provides direct and ambient illumination. White painted aluminum, with polished chrome or brass rings. read more

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$338.00
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Design by Alvar Aalto, 1937.The earliest version of the Golden Bell (Kultakello) was designed in 1937, with a new updated chrome v...ersion in 2007.The A330S provides direct illumination. Made from steel with a painted white interior. Choose from chrome, brass, white or black painted finish. Equipped with 8.2 feet of white, field-cuttable cable. read more

Artek
$338.00
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Design by Alvar Aalto, 1950.Known as Juolukka (a kind of whortleberry), this pendant was chosen to be used in Aalto's La Maison Ca...rré project.The A338 provides direct illumination. The opening is cut asymmetrically in the side of the shade. Made from steel in white painted or chrome plated finish. Equipped with 8.2 feet of white, field-cuttable cable. read more

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