PAIR OF FUGA WALL LAMPS, MAIJA LIISA KOMULAINEN FOR RAAK (1970)
Pair of wall lamps by Maija Liisa Komulainen, published by the Company Raak in the 70s. The “Fuga” model, with its three brushed aluminum tubes, reminds us of the organ pipes that make religious buildings vibrate.
Length : 7.87 in / 20 cm
Height : 15.75 in / 40 cm
Width : 4.33 in / 11 cm
Weigth : 0 lb / kg
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Categories: Vintage furniture, Collector’s lighting, Wall lamps
Date : Circa 1970
Designer: Maija Liisa Komulainen, Finnish designer graduated from the Helsinki Institute of Crafts and Design, known for her luminaires published by the Dutch manufacturer Raak in the 70s.
Editor: Raak is one of the most famous Dutch luminaire manufacturers founded in 1954 by Carel O. Lockhorn.
Materials: Brushed aluminum, white enamel.
State: In accordance with age and use, electrification redone.
Guarantee of authenticity: Manufacturer’s label.
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