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In 1959, Arne Jacobsen developed a light for the Louis Poulsen lighting brand. An exquisite designer light in a circular shape, made of aluminium and glass: the AJ Eklipta. The AJ was specially designed for the Swedish town of Rødovre’s the town hall, a building also designed by Jacobsen. However, that doesn’t mean that this wall lamp only fits in such decors. It also looks very beautiful in homes, offices and restaurants.
The AJ Eklipta is a wall or ceiling light with a fairly simple design but with carefully thought-out details. This elegant wall lamp features a mouth-blown opal glass screen that creates an even light distribution. The AJ Eklipta has been around for six decades, yet it is still very popular. This is because it was a particularly futuristic design for its time. Designer Arne Jacobsen, who designs buildings and furniture as well as lighting, is generally known for his sleek and ultra-modern style.
The AJ Eklipta disperses a soft and comfortable light. It is the ideal light to hang on the wall along the stairs or near the bathroom mirror. The Eklipta has been designed in various sizes, including this version with dimensions of ø22 cm x 10.5 cm. The sober design makes this lighting model very flexible. The AJ is still being used in various settings around the world.
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