- Designed in 1957 for SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Distinct asymmetrical shape.
- Tiltable head.
- Base of the table lamp was originally intended to accommodate an ashtray but now contributes solely to the design.
- The uniqueness and quality of the concept make it a modern classic.
AJ Table has a fixture head with a distinct asymmetrical shape, which determines the light characteristics of the fixture. The fixture head is tiltable. The base of the table lamp has a hole, which adds elegance and lightness to the design. The unique quality of its design idiom has made these fixtures modern classics.
Black, graphite grey or white, wet painted.
The AJ Table is on the same principles as AJ Floor, but due to the useability as a working desk lightfixture the shade have been expanded. The standard lamp consists of a lampholder in an enameled brass pipe. A tilting mechanism has been installed in the pipe. The angles of the conic metal shade are made so it flush with the lampholder at the top, at least that was the intention, but in reality it is raised a little as an optical correction. When the lamp is tilted downwards, the edge is horizontal. The inside of the shade is mat white enamel. The screening is effective, you cannot look up into the light source. Using a clear incandescent lamp the light is exploited the best way and the the light rays delineated precisely. Rumours says that the hole in the desk plate was made for an insertion of an ash tray.