Artek's wall lamp A330S resembles Alvar Aalto’s iconic Golden Bell pendant which was originally designed in 1937 for the Restaurant Savoy in Helsinki. This elegant little wall lamp combines Alvar Aalto's typical streamlined design and the characteristic diffused light. The sleek stem rotates 180 degrees, and it can be used as a reading or working light as well as an atmospheric addition to the general lighting.
Designing lights had a central part in Alvar Aalto's work – for him lighting played an important role in architecture. Lamps were a part of the whole that he wanted to control to the smallest detail. Many of Aalto's lights were originally created for a particular building.