Louis Poulsen AJ Eklipta d 35 cm
The Louis Poulsen AJ Eklipta was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1959 for Rødovre Town Hall.
Two sizes were produced for this project: 35 cm and 45 cm. They were used indoors on stairways and outdoors as wall lamps.
A 22 cm version was later designed for St. Catherines College in England. Arne Jacobsen preferred the largest model when specifying his own projects.
Today, AJ Eklipta is used worldwide and in a variety of architectural contexts.
The fixture emits soft comfortable light. The glass is designed to provide a uniformly lit surface.
The three-layer hand-blown opal glass shade has a transparent edge, providing a decorative halo of light around the fixture.
Details. Louis Poulsen AJ Eklipta d 35 cm
Material. Ceiling/Wall box: Spun aluminum. Diffuser: Handblown white opal glass.
Light source. E27 max. 60W, delivery without bulbs
Dimensions. d 35 cm h 10 cm
Design. Arne Jacobsen, 1959