A Floor Lamp by H. A. Jakobsson, 1960


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A 1960's floor lamp in white lacquered metal by the Danish designer Hans Agne Jakobsson for the firm AB Markaryd. Diameter of the base : 41 cm / 16,14 inches

The Swedish designer Hans Agne Jakobsson (1919-2009) was mostly focused on lighting. Throughout his carreer, he tried different materials, like brass, fabric, metal, glass or wood shavings to favour non-dazzle light and to totally cover up light bulbs. In 1951, he founded his own firm, AB Markaryd, to manufacture his creations.


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CategoryFloor Lamps
DesignerHans Agne Jakobsson
Place of originDenmark
Hauteur140 cm / 55,12 inches
Diameter50 cm / 19,68 inches
Transport France continentale60.00 €


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