Rare pendant lamp model K2-15 in enameled steel and opal glass designed by Paavo Tynell and manufactured by Idman in Finland, 1950s.
Being one of the rarest pendant lamps designed by famous Finnish industrial designer and pioneer of European lighting design Paavo Tynell in the 1950s, the model K2-15 features a conical light-grey enameled steel shade which is set on top of the lamp’s matte opal glass frame, appearing as if it floats around it. The lamp’s design is then completed by a brass element on top featuring the original manufacturer’s stamp ‘Idman’ as well as a white ceiling cup and an extendible drop-down cable.
As one of Finland’s best-known and collected designers, Paavo Tynell came to be known as the “man who illuminated Finland” and today his designs are undoubtedly considered design classics. This lamp is crafted from beautiful materials, set in the perfect color tone, and designed in a very profound way. A delicate light is then beautifully lighting up the room making it the perfect addition to any home or interior design.
Date of manufacture: 1950s
Materials: Metal, Opal glass, Brass
Dimensions: H 62 cm x W 21 cm x D 21 cm
Condition: In very good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use.
Idman Oy Lighting Catalog, page 61.
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