Ayno Floor Lamp, XL
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Stefan Diez. Design Year: 2020
Flexible tension table lamp providing direct illumination. This lamp can be repaired tool-free by the user, plug connections allow the lamp head or transformer to be replaced by hand, which significantly extends the lifespan of the lamp.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
- Materials: Black steel and fiberglass stem, steel base, black ABS plastic shade. Fabric covered cord. All steel and ABS plastic used in production is recycled and recyclable. Textile covered cord. Sourced locally in Germany.
- Product Dimensions: Base 15"Ø; first stem segment (steel): 70.75"L; second stem segment (fiberglass): 106.25"L; shade: 11.5"H x 12"Ø. Fully extended upright: 189.5"H. Most taught arc position: 109.5"H x 78.75"L.
- Light Source: No-tools-required, replaceable 10 watt 3,000K, dimmable LED light source, 130 lumens per watt, RA90+.
- 120" black or neon orange fabric cord
- For indoor use only
Dust with soft dry cloth or wipe with damp cloth using water only and drying thoroughly. Always switch off electricity supply before cleaning.
Winner of the German Sustainability Award in Design 2021, the Ayno Collection features minimalistic construction enabling extremely low resource consumption during production. The first design of Midgard since the 1950s, Ayno is testing the boundaries between the origin and status quo of adjustable lighting.
The early 20th century inventor and designer Curt Fischer spent time researching ways in which he might be able to improve the light quality in his town's factories during the 19-teens. Upon visiting and speaking with the workers, it was discovered that the downward-casting overhead lighting created shadows on their work surfaces. And so the first articulating lamp was designed and patented. Used on the wall or desktop, this adjustable lamp even allows for an optional asymmetrical rotatable shade to block direct light from the user's eye.
After nearly 100 years surviving war and depression, Midgard was purchased and brought back to life in 2014 by long time collector David Einsiedler and his partner Joke Rasch. Using the exact tooling and machines from the original factory and staying true to the designs and materials used decades before, Midgard is now a reputable supplier of lighting for homes as well as many large corporations who wish to outfit their offices with quality, functional and well designed lighting.