Designed by Chicago architect Stephen Katz in 2013, the Eliza fan blends a beautiful technically derived form with superior function and movement. The unique blade shape is designed to maximize air movement at the outer edge of the blade. The result is more efficient air velocity rings, less blade drag and greater motor optimization. Equally important is the Eliza fan’s stationary visual statement which combines modern utility with minimalist geometry.
The fan base and downrod is available in Brushed Nickel (with Brushed Nickel blades, photo 1), and Gloss White (with Gloss White Blades, photo 2). The polycarbonate blades are available in Gloss White, Brushed Nickel, Walnut tone (photo 3) and Gray Ash tone (photo 4) finishes, and can be ordered in any combination with the base.
Downrods are available in 5", 10", 20", 30", 48" and 72" lengths.
From Atlas ceiling fan collection. This fan is used in wet location only (not recommended for salty sea air.)
** Please note that the price listed pertains to a fixture that will appear very similar to the fixture shown in the featured photograph and as outlined in the accompanying description. Virtually all of our artisan crafted fixtures can be customized regarding size, shape, and / or color(s). Please call for details.