9602 Floor Lamp in Canvas

9602 Floor Lamp in Canvas

$1,999
$1,999

The 9602 Floor Lamp, also known as “Chinese Hat”, was designed by Paavo Tynell in 1938 for Hotel Aulanko. Characterised by its elegant and airy lampshade and rattan-covered stem, the 9602 Floor Lamp shows the designer’s limitless imagination and unparalleled ability to create enduring, beautiful designs. 

Dimensions153cm H x 63cm Ø (Shade)

Materials:Shade in Canvas with a brass stand, cord and finishes.

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Paavo Tynell (1890–1973) was born in Helsinki 12 years after the invention of the domestic lightbulb – a time when Finland, like most of northern Europe, was yet to be electrified. Tynell came into the world at precisely the right time to become one of the pioneers of modern lighting; as the electric light spread across the world, so too did Tynell’s design visions. By the time he died in 1973, Tynell was known, fondly, as ‘the man who illuminated Finland’. Shop Designer >
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