Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black, black cord
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black, neon orange cord
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,
Midgard, Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black,

Midgard

Ayno Floor Lamp - Large - Black

Sale price$1,090.00
SKU: MD-55.3.11

Winner of the 2021 German Sustainability Award, this flexible tension lamp provides direct illumination and minimal environmental impact with "circular" sustainable design.

Color:black cord
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“A design break of almost 70 years at Midgard was a clear challenge. And we were very happy to accept it, considering it a call to finding a radical solution." - Stefan Diez

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. Stefan Diez creates a modern interpretation with sustainable "circular design" at the center of his design philosophy. 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.

Stefan Diez

Award winning designer Stefan Diez considers "circular design" to be a key principle of his product design philosophy and his products put forward a sustainable approach that combines multiplicity of use with superior durability.
Before founding his design studio DIEZ OFFICE, Diez worked for Richard Sapper and then Konstantin Grcic. Since then, he has worked in various fields of design ranging from furniture and tableware to industrial design. Diez currently is the Head of Industrial Design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Midgard

Curt Fischer founded Midgard in 1919 introducing Germany to an innovative line of lighting. An engineer frustrated by inadequate lighting in his workplace, Fischer invented and built the first movable articulated lamps which were soon adapted to numerous applications at the Bauhaus under Walter Gropius. Current owners, husband and wife team David Einsiedler and Joke Rasch lovingly restored the original tooling, moving it piece by piece to Hamburg to revitalize this 100 year old company.