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- Buy 3 - 4 and get $44.00 off
- Buy 5 or above and get $55.00 off
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Created by the Bouroullec brothers in 2010, the AIM ceiling light is a design stripped to its most basic—and beautiful—essence. This innovative form of modern pendant lighting is constructed from a varnished aluminum sheet with a photo-etched optical PC (polycarbonate) shade. The internal reflector is photo-etched ABS. The cable can be adjusted to allow the fixture head and light distribution to be aimed in whatever way you choose. The cable has a total length of 20' and 5" (9m), allowing the lamp to be suspended at a distance up to 9' and 8" (3m) from the ceiling.
The AIM provides direct lighting and is available in two versions, hardwired or plug-in. It is available in black or white.
1. AIM - Hardwired: Connects to wall-switch by hardwiring to a 120V junction box (no additional LED driver is required). Comes with a 5" diameter canopy.
2. AIM - Plug-in: Switch and cord that you can plug into a socket (NOT dimmable).
Please specify versions and color when ordering.
PLEASE NOTE: We offer discounts on the purchase of three or more AIM Hardwire fixtures. Discounted pricing will show in shopping cart at checkout. If multiple fixtures are to be hardwired to a single junction box, you must purchase a special canopy other than the one that is included. This canopy will allow 3-5 pendants to be hardwired to one junction box (this does not apply to plug-in version).
Please contact customer service by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling toll-free 844.FLOS.USA for details.
Inspiration behind the design:
When they created the AIM ceiling light, brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec wanted to keep its core essence limited to the source of light and its cord. By doing that, they ensured that the AIM is versatile enough for any setting not only because of its appearance, but also because it provides a convenient, easily "aimed" light.