Minka Aire Artemis, George Kovac designed 147cm 3 blade fan with light in dark koa, maximum ceiling pitch 20 degrees, remote control compatible (sold separately)
Created by renowned designer George Kovacs. This 147cm fan has a distinctive profile granting it's place in the Chicago museum of Architecture and Design.Powerful in looks and performance, this fan is a must for minimalist homes.The Artemis ceiling fan, with its flowing sculptural design, is now available in a new distressed Koa wood look finish; this exotic wood look finish will add that special touch to any room. The distressed Koa wood look finish Artemis fan would look great in a room with other exotic woods, a Balinese, Hawaiian or tropical design theme, an eclectic look, or a minimal contemporary room as a beautiful accent. It is an unusual and attractive finish that adds a warm and inviting finish. The dark koa Artemis could also work well in homes with white interiors. The blades are made of aircraft quality polycarbonate and the Koa finish is hand-painted on the blades. The Artemis in Koa, does have the light option, and the glass that comes with this fan is amber in appearance to match the Balinese theme it represents. The finish of the dark koa has the same warmth as aged Baltic pine. Koa wood comes from the Acacia Koa tree, which is native to Hawaii. It has a reddish cast and a beautiful, varied grain. You will see it used for musical instruments like guitars - many decorative items are also made out of it such as bowls and vases. The curved surfaces of the Artemis fan show off the highlights of the Koa wood look perfectly. Click here for installation instructions.