Artek TW002 "Triennale" Pendant Lamp

  • £570.00

  • Ex Vat: £475.00
  • Brand: Artek
  • Product Code: 291 010 01 Q
  • Availability: Made to Order 2-3 Week Delivery

Artek TW002 "Triennale" Pendant Lamp

The Triennale Pendant Lamp was designed for the Finnish Pavilion at the Milan Triennal in 1951. One of the earliest works by designer Tapio Wirkkala, the conical lamp is made from satin blown opal glass to cast a soft illumination.

Award winning designer Tapio Wirkkala was born in 1915 in Finland. Most famous for his glass, porcelein and cutlery designs, His work in the fields of graphic, interior and product design can be seen in Centre Georges Pompidou and MoMa in New York.

Available Colours and Finishes:

Opal Glass


Satin opal glass, textile cable


Shade height: 30 cm, diameter: Ø24 cm. Cord length: 2 m.

Light Source:

Max 60W-Halogen, E27 socket (light source not included).

Design by Tapio Wirkkala - 1951

Artek was founded in Helsinki in 1935 by four young idealists: Alvar and Aino Aalto, Maire Gullichsen, and Nils-Gustav Hahl. Their goal was “to sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of living by exhibitions and other educational means.”

In keeping with the radical spirit of its founders, Artek today remains an innovative player in the world of modern design, developing new products at the intersection of design, architecture, and art.

The Artek collection consists of furniture, lighting, and accessories designed by Finnish masters and leading international designers. It stands for clarity, functionality, and poetic simplicity.