ARTEK A440 LAMP.
The Artek A440 lamp was designed by the Finnish Alvar Aalto and is based on Aalto’s "golden clock". The hanging lamp was first produced in the year 1950 and is made of opal with a mouth-blown glass. The light is diffused through the room in a soft / diffuse and even way.
The design of Alvar Aalto is based on human and nature-oriented ideology. His design enjoys popularity all over the world, regardless of the changes in contemporary design trends. Alvar Aalto was one of the first and most influential architects in Scandinavia. His best-known works are the Finlandia Hall in Helsinki, the Town Hall in Säynätsalo and the Technical University of Helsinki.
The hanging lamp from Artek has a height of 23 centimeters and a diameter of 19 centimeters, the cable is 2 meters long. The shade of the hanging lamp is made of satin opal glass. The lamp has a standard socket (1 x E27 max. 60W) and is suitable for light sources from energy classes A ++ to E, or an LED.