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9602 Floor Lamp

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The 9602 Floor Lamp by GUBI was originally designed for the Hotel Aulanko in Finland. 9602 perfectly balances the elegance of its profile with the playfulness of unique materials. With a small footprint but wide shade, this floor lamp generously lights spaces of any size.

Made of solid brass with a rattan-covered stem. Shade is available in canvas or woven rattan. Brass switch is located beneath shade. Brass fabric cord measures 78.7". Bulb is not included.

Measures: 24.8" Diameter x 60.6" H; 9.4” Base Diameter

Designed by Paavo Tynell in 1935.

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While we do our best to provide the most accurate and up-to-date lead times online and in-store, items are occasionally backordered. Backordered items will ship upon availability. Should there be any change in delivery timeframe, we will contact you as soon as possible. Further details can be found on our Shipping and Delivery page.

Founded in 1967 in Denmark, GUBI has championed furniture, lighting, and decor designs that span almost 100 years. Born from a family spirit with a strong passion for design, GUBI has always followed its instincts for finding forgotten icons from the past and collaborating with contemporary designers, creating appealing designs that evoke emotions.