The A1965 Pendant Light was unveiled in 1949, marking a defining moment for Paavo Tynell's career in design
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It was first unveiled in 1947 at the Finland House in New York, and proved to be an instant success.
Its orgnically shaped shade, available in white, black or brass, features delicate perforated details, with a diffuser in partially frosted glass to help prevent glare.
Paavo Tynell's vision was to merge the advantages of the portable and installed lamp - as a result, the A1965 features a unique counterweight mechanism which allows the shade to be raised and lowered to different heights.
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