A rare Jacobsen classic at a stunning price! Match with the AJ Collection for the complete Royal SAS look.
Construction Linen or thin cardboard shaded mounted on a steel column connected to a cast iron base. Four feet on the base raise the lamp from the floor. The inside of the shade is lit by two bulbs, one pointing upwards and the other downward, which can be lit independently to adjust the intensity of the light as required. The lamp designed for the Royal SAS Hotel in Copenhagen. Combination of bright steel and linen in an elliptical shade that seems to float in the air. The support fits into one side of the elliptical base. Raised on this support, the shade becomes an extension of the base. The architect Arne Jacobsen created this lamp that lights up any public or private space, providing it with a great profusion of volatile, airy light that perhaps makes a reference to SAS airlines, or even an inner world. Jacobsen placed these gently softened lights in the entrance hall of the Hotel Royal, bringing the chairs into view while throwing the rest of the lobby into shadow. This differentiated large open spaces from the smaller areas which became cosy meeting places. The Royal lamp is the result of combining simple geometric shapes to create the final form. The Royal lamp is the essence of Jacobsens theory that economy and functionality equal style.
Lamp type Max. 2x100 Incandescent W E27
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