AJ Table Lamp

Inspired by Arne Jacobsen

£119

Simple and streamlined, this AJ Table Lamp is a striking symbol of refined elegance. First designed by the pioneer of Danish design and architecture, Arne Jacobsen, this table lamp is a stunning example of minimalist modern design. It’s part of the AJ light series and can be paired with the matching AJ Wall Lamp and AJ Floor Lamp.

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Product Dimensions

W26 cm x D21.5 cm x H55 cm

Weight

2 kg

Packaging

W34 cm x D24.5 cm x H62 cm

No. of Cartons

1

Base Material

Painted spun steel and die cast zinc

Cord Length

200 cm

Bulb Base

E26

Max. Bulb Watt

40W

Bulb Included

No

Certifications

CE Certified

SKU

NHLAMCT608

Delivery

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Guarantee

Every Nordic Haus purchase is covered by our generous 5 year guarantee for domestic use only. This guarantee includes any defects or problems with manufacturing or workmanship. Issues arising from misuse, accidental damage, or general wear and tear are not covered under our 5 year guarantee.

1 review for AJ Table Lamp

  1. Marthese V.

    Beautiful! Exactly what I was after. Fast delivery, excellent packaging no chance of damage. I highly recommend this Company.

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Arne Jacobsen

A leading figure in Danish Modern design, Arne Jacobsen, transformed mid-20th century interior design with his remarkable furniture pieces. Jacobsen was an innovator in both architecture and furniture design. He made significant achievements early on in his career in architecture and went on to transform the field of interior design in the second half of his career.

His career was influenced by the Second World War, where he fled to Sweden and then returned to Denmark soon after the war’s end. Some of his most popular works were conceived during the post-war era.

His most famous creations include the iconic Egg Chair, Swan Chair, the Drop Chair and the retro Series 7 Chair which has remained in fashion for over 50 years.