Rare glass and steel ceiling lamp, model Parachute, designed by Erik Gunnar Asplund and manufactured by Ateljé Lyktan in Sweden, 1960s.
Rare to come to market, this extraordinary suspension lamp was originally designed by renowned Swedish architect Erik Gunnar Asplund in the 1920s and later manufactured by Ateljé Lyktan in the 1960s. Featuring three long green-lacquered steel chains and a large opal glass shade, the lamp’s design resembles the shape of a parachute, thus its name. This lamp model is an extraordinary example of Gunnar Asplund’s work, being a delightful and, of course, very rare collector’s item from the mid-20th century.
This ceiling lamp is in good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use, and is newly rewired.
Date of manufacture: 1960s
Materials: Glass, Steel
Dimensions: Height 115 cm x Diameter 47 cm
Condition: The ceiling lamp is in good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use. The lamp is newly rewired.
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