Wall light, Birdy, S, black, brass, H19cm - Northern
Designer : Birger Dahl
Brand : Northern
Birdy is a table, wall and floor lamp series designedBY Birger Dahl in 1952, in a modernist style.The lamp series was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years. In 1954 the table lamp, then known as “s-30016” was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.
In 2013 Northern Lighting decided to re-launch this design classic, taking care to preserve the original shape and highly functional features that at first made it such a well–loved light. The lamp series is available in off-white or matt grey colour with satin nickel finish and matt black colour with brass metal finish.
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- Bulb quantity :
- Bulb size :
- Bulb type :
- All type of bulbs
- Color :
- black, brass
- Condition :
- Created for :
- Creation year :
- Energy label :
- A > E
- IP :
- Made in :
- Material :
- aluminiun, steel
- Max power :
- < 60 W
- Model :
- Product code :
- NORTHERN LIGHTING_Birdy_Wall_short_Black_Brass
- Source included :
- Dimensions :
- L 31.5cm x H 19.0cm x P 24.0cm
- Diameter Ø :
- standard delivery, under 48h (for product in stock) : 6.90 €
- delivery in a pick-up store, under 48h (for product in stock) : 5.90 €
- express delivery, the next day before 1pm (for product in stock) : 12.90 €
- Livraison par coursier dans la journée sous 3H (pour toute commande passée avant 15h) : 14.90 €
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Birger Dahl (1916–1998) was born in the city of Moss, Norway and is considered one of Scandinavia’s leading post–war interior architects.
He was educated at the Norwegia...