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Vaasi lamp Design Eero Aarnio by Innolux


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Vaasi lamp Design Eero Aarnio by Innolux

The Vaasi lamp is a pendant light designed in 2011 by Eero Aarnio. The lamp is produced by the Finnish Innolux. This iconic lamp consists of two acrylic parts nestled together based on Aarnio’s original concept of nesting flower vases, thats why the name is Vaasi. The larger outer shade is made of transparent or white acrylic, the inner shade is made of off-white opal acrylic and ensures an even distribution of light. The Vaasi lamp is 30 cm high and has a diameter of 23 cm and comes with a white cord of 200 cm.


The light source of the Vaasi pendant light is a 6 Watt dimmable LED light source corresponding to the light output of a 40 Watt conventional light bulb. The color of the light is 2700 K, what we experience as warm white light. The LED Light source is included with the lamp.

Eero Aarnio

Eero Aarnio is a Finnish interior designer who became well known in the 1960s for his innovative plastic and fiberglass chairs. The Asko chair, was presented in 1966 at the furniture fair in Cologne and is the first chair made of fiberglass. His Bubble Chair has also become very well known, a semi-open sphere made of transparent Plexiglas, which hangs from a chain from the ceiling. This famous chair is still in production



Innolux is a Finnish lighting manufacturer and lighting specialist, founded in 1993. They have their own production in Finland where more than 80% of the products are produced. The beautiful design and high quality Innolux products are a long-lasting source of well-being for your home. In addition to a design collection, Innolux also has a collection of Bright Light with some daylight lamps that help you to reduce winter depression.


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