Unveiled by Alvar Aalto in 1952, The A201 Pendant Light was initially intended for the Säynätsalo Town Hall library in Finland.Read More
Unveiled by Alvar Aalto in 1952, The A201 Pendant Light was initially intended for the Säynätsalo Town Hall library in Finland.
The light's sculptural form results from powder-coated steel and brass-plated accents, its 'halo' casting a soft, indirect light over both private and public spaces.
Alvar Aalto was one of the founding members of Finnish manufacturer Artek and embraced strong individuality with a focus on designing predominantly for humanity, creating functional and dynamic pieces for all to enjoy.
Requires: 1x max. 12W E27 bulb (not included).
Care instructions: Use a soft cloth, dampened with water and soap, or mild cleanser if needed for resistant dirt; do not use alcohol or other solvents.
Ceiling Rose: 12cm (d)
Cable Length: 250cm
- The 1952 Alvar Aalto classic
- Fashioned from steel and brass
- Casts a soft, indirect beam