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Beehive Lamp A331 - Black

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  • Beehive Lamp A331 Black image.
  • Beehive Lamp A331 Black image.

Beehive Lamp A331 - Black

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A lamp that is decorative even when unlit, the impressive 13" diameter lamp is known as the "Beehive" for its layers of painted matte white steel with brass or chrome accents. First introduced at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland and since then it has become the most popular residential light in the Artek range. Simple, clean design that works with a variety of styles and rooms.

Beehive Lamp A331
Beehive Lamp A331


Industrial and vintage come together in this handsome Beehive Lamp A331 Designer Editions. A combination of glass and polished brass plated steel rings interior casts a warm, soft light that will make any kitchen island or bar area inviting. Available in black or white finish. Buzzing with character, make a statement with this beautiful ceiling lamp that comes with free bulb and 12-month manufacturer’s warranty this lamp will bring smart-looking style to a kitchen island or bar area.


Beehive Lamp A331
  • Material: Glass and Brass
  • Bulb Included: No
  • Dimmable: Yes / Independent Device Not Included
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Electrician Advised
  • Instructions: Included
  • Look: Modern
  • Cable Length: 180cm (Fully Adjustable)
  • Dimension: Width 41cm, Depth 41cm, Height 44cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 52cm, Depth 52cm, Height 52cm
  • CBM: 0.141 Weight: 8kg
Inspired By

Alvar Aalto

A Finnish architect and designer. His career has spanned from architecture, furniture, textiles, and glassware, as well as sculptures and paintings. From 1920's to 1970s, his work ranged from Nordic Classicism of the early work to a rational International Style Modernism during the 1930s to a more organic modernist style from the 1940s onwards. He adapted Gesamtkunstwerk (commonly known as Aesthetics) on to his work like no other together with his first wife, Aino Aalto. They not only built but gave particular attention and treatment all across his designs from interior surfaces and furniture design. His knack for furniture design is considered Scandinavian Modern. Working exceptionally well with wood bursting with simplicity and applying technical experimentation. This trait led him to receive patents for various manufacturing processes such as bent wood. One of his famous creations the Paimio chair uses this technique which was intended for tuberculosis patients. He also became the first furniture designer to use the cantilever principle in chair design using wood. To this day, his ‘High Stool’ and ‘Stool E60’ are currently used in Apple Stores worldwide.

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