Louis Poulsen AJ Eklipta Wall and Ceiling Lamp
AJ Eklipta was designed in 1956 for the City Hall in Rodovre, Denmark. It was used indoor for staircases and outdoor as a wall fixture. For this project two different diameter sizes were produced: 350mm (13.7") and 450mm (17.7"). Later on an even smaller variant with a 200mm diameter was designed for St. Catherine's College in England. When Arne Jacobsen himself used the fixture for staircases, he always preferred the largest version. As a true functionalistic master, Arne Jacobsen created AJ Eklipta in a time period when Danish design had an exceptional quality to it, and today this fixture is still used in all kinds of architectural environments worldwide.Read more
- Smaller variant designed for St. Catherine's College, UK.
- High architectural adaptability.
- Diffuse illumination.
- Evenly lit surface with halo of light around the perimeter.
- Designed to illuminate indoor staircases and exterior walls for a City Hall in Denmark.
AJ Eklipta provides soft and diffuse lighting. The construction of the glass ensures an evenly lit surface. The three-layer mouth-blown glass shade has a clear edge, creating a halo of light around the perimeter.
White, powder coated. Matt white opal glass.
Base Diameter: 8.3 / 17.2cm
Height: 22.0 / 35.0cm
Width: 10.5 / 10.0cm
- Lead times vary according to finish.