An iconic design conceptualised in 1948 by Finnish designer Paavo Tynell for New York’s Finland House, to showcase Finnish design in America. The statement pendant lampshade is characterised by its perforated triangular pattern that provides a warm light to cast a soft, diffused glow across the room.
The A1965 Pendant Light delicately holds some of his most distinctive design traits; the perforated and polished brass counterweight combined with a unique lift mechanism, adjust the height of the light to suit any space. The A1965 gracefully diffuses the light downwards through a matte frosted glass diffuser, omitting glare whilst gently illuminating the room.
Features a perforated lamp shape which is available in a selection of colours.
Renowned for his influence on modern lighting design, Paavo Tynell originally trained as a blacksmith before founding his own metalwork and lighting studio in 1918. With a simplified aesthetic, his pieces echo influences from mid-century modernism, showcasing counterweighted suspension mechanisms and beautiful complementary materials in appealing forms.