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Item No. 100197108
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9602 Floor Lamp

Price reduced from $1,799.00 to $1,349.25 25% off
4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100197108
New options

9602 Floor Lamp

Price reduced from $1,799.00 to $1,349.25 25% off

Bamboo
Canvas
Wicker Willow
Available to ship in:
  • Choice of canvas, wicker or bamboo shade.
  • Rattan-wrapped stem.
  • Polished brass accents.
  • 60½" H 24⅞" DIA
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Paavo Tynell for Gubi
Manufacturer SKU:
9602 Floor Lamp
Price reduced from $1,799.00 to $1,349.25 25% off
Details

Details

The 9602 Floor Lamp (1935), affectionately known as the “Chinese Hat,” was designed by the Finnish lighting pioneer Paavo Tynell for the Hotel Aulanko. Featuring a crisply shaped lampshade, it stands on a textural rattan-covered stem and polished brass base. A polished brass accent atop the shade caps it off. Bulbs (not included): E26 base, 60W max. Made in China.
  • Choice of canvas, wicker or bamboo shade.
  • Rattan-wrapped stem.
  • Polished brass accents.
Brand
Gubi
Collection
Paavo Tynell Lighting Collection
General Dimensions
  • 60½" H 24⅞" DIA
Product Weight
11.5 lbs
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

9602 Floor Lamp

  • Height (in): 60½
  • Diameter (in): 24⅞
  • Weight (lbs): 11.5
  • Canvas, wicker or bamboo shade
  • Rattan-covered stem
  • Polished brass base and accents

Paavo Tynell

Known as “The man who illuminated Finland,” lighting pioneer Paavo Tynell began his career when electricity was in its infancy. In 1918 he co-founded the country’s first lighting company, bringing light to Scandinavia. But it was his ability to create indirect, atmospheric light that led Tynell to collaborate with major architects – including Alvar Aalto – designing now-iconic fixtures and lamps.

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