The 1965 Suspesion Lamp was designed by Paavo Tynell for the brand Gubi. The late Paavo Tynell was a renowned Finnish industrial designer referred to as the man who illuminated Finland. He earned the title for founding Finland's pioneer lighting fixtures company. He and other partners formed the company just as electricity became a common commodity, allowing his lighting accessories to combine beauty and function. His works became a mainstay in Finnish homes and abroad.
Tynell designed the 1965 Suspesion Lamp for Finland House, New York but it is made in Denmark by Gubi. Designed in 1947, it remains one of the most popular representations of Finnish design. Tynell articulated timeless elegance and unique craftsmanship in this lamp that carries his signature triangle-shaped perforation pattern. The 1965 Suspesion Lamp has a frosted glass diffuser that casts a soft light, making it ideal for creating a serene ambience or even a romantic one. The lamp has a shade that is 18.1cm wide and 10.2cm high with a 149.6cm cord. It is available in dark and light-coloured finishes. The 1965 Suspesion Lamp is a beautiful, timeless functional accessory designed by a master.