The Orsjo Skyline Wall Light is an abstract design by Folkform, influenced by the atmosphere of a Swedish city ‘skyline’ (circa 1960’s – 1970’s) - reflecting imagery of skyscrapers from high altitude. Because of the gaps in the unusual design, the light is diffused partially so that geometric shaped light beams are formed. Skyline evolves over time, through the choice of untreated brass, leading to a change in colour as it ages because of oxidisation. Attainable as corded or hard-wired versions. Available in white and rough brass. Lamps are included.
Delivery approximately 4-6 weeks.
Cord version - 2.7 m white or gold coloured textile cord with switch and plug
Hard-wired version - terminal block 3×2.5 mm² with option for further extensions
Lamp type: LED 2x 3.5W (included)
Product dimensions: W.180mm x D.120mm x H.230mm
Delivery approximately 4-6 weeks
August factory shutdown
Örsjö Belysning shut down for summer vacation in August. Delivery times will be extended during the months of July and August, we'll advise you of the approximate delivery date with your order confirmation. Need it in a hurry? Let us know and we'll check availability for you.
Supplied with a 2 year warranty
To date, Örsjö Belysning AB (Belysning means ‘lighting’ in Swedish) is the only European brand to receive a Nordic Swan Ecolabel - for its environmentally friendly Disc ceiling light. Established in 1948, the lighting brand’s illustrious 70 year history includes a spell working with IKEA from the 1950’s to the 1980’s, developing the Lean lamp for COS stores globally, and creating the bespoke lighting for Nobel prize award dinners.
Örsjö ensures its relevance today by collaborating with some of Scandinavia's finest award-winning designers, including Jonas Bohlin, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Jenny Back and Folkform. Fulfilling all production at their factory in Nybro, Sweden, Örsjö celebrates traditional Nordic designs and artisanal techniques whilst adapting them for contemporary use. Their modern Scandi lighting collection is history in the making. Grab yourself a piece while you can.
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