Ajdustable Birdie Wall sconces pair by Birger Dahl - Norway 1952

Noma Nordic

kr 9,500.00 SEK Sale price

The Birdie is a modernist style lamp designed 1952 by Birger Dahl for Sønnico, Norway. These wall lamps are cone shaped and made of black painted metal and brass fixings.
In 1954 the table lamp of the Birdie-series was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.
Measures: Cone 20 cmH x 9 x 11 cmD. Lenght from fixings and out straight position. 22 cm. Adjustable neck to left and right, upwards and downwards.

Birger Dahl (1916-1998) 
was a pioneer of Scandinavian lighting and head of design at Norwegian  Sønnico for ages. What was so special with Birger Dahls designs was strict geometric shapes, such as circles, cones and cylinders which he softened with gentle contours. 

"A Scandinavian midcentury modern lamp you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"

Regular price kr 9,500.00 SEK

The Birdie is a modernist style lamp designed 1952 by Birger Dahl for Sønnico, Norway. These wall lamps are cone shaped and made of black painted metal and brass fixings.
In 1954 the table lamp of the Birdie-series was awarded the highly esteemed Golden Medal at the Milan triennale.
Measures: Cone 20 cmH x 9 x 11 cmD. Lenght from fixings and out straight position. 22 cm. Adjustable neck to left and right, upwards and downwards.

Birger Dahl (1916-1998) 
was a pioneer of Scandinavian lighting and head of design at Norwegian  Sønnico for ages. What was so special with Birger Dahls designs was strict geometric shapes, such as circles, cones and cylinders which he softened with gentle contours. 

"A Scandinavian midcentury modern lamp you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"