Juhla pendant 42 cm

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Description

Designer Petri Vainio created the Juhla lamp to cheer up people’s everyday life. The pendant looks like the hem of a skirt and reminds of the Art Nouveau era when it was common to use textile in the lamp pendants. The pleated fire-safe fabric flows lively, which makes every Juhla lamp unique. The lamp with a romantic Nordic spirit fits well in every kind of spaces. The lamp is available in three different sizes.

Manufacturer
Doctor Design
Design
Petri Vainio
Size
Height 400 mm, diameter 420 mm
Colour
White
Material
Epoxy coated steel and fire-proof textile
Light source
E27, max 52W
Notes
The fabric shade can be washed by hand or machine in mild temperature without spinning. Iron until dry with low heat suitable for polyester.

Designer

Petri Vainio

Petri Vainio

Petri Vainio (b. 1964) is a Finnish interior architect and designer. As a designer, one of his favourite materials is plywood and he studied veneer pressing techniques while studying at the University of Crafts and Design Helsinki. One of the results is the Tuisku bowl from thin birch, walnut or cherry tree plywood that is pressed into plastic forms. 

Tuisku is the Finnish word for snowstorm and the beautiful Tuisku bowls truly resemble the free floating snowdrifts after a storm. The Tuisku bowl was launched in 2003 and has since then been extremely popular, being awarded also with the Design Plus Award. Petri Vainio has also designed elegant lamps such as the Vuolle pendant lamp and the Helmat floor lamp. The shade part of Vuolle and of Helmat lamps is a free hanging textile spiral, which gives a softly diffused light to the surrounding. Vuolle and Helmat were chosen to represent Finnish design in the Finnish Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo 2010.

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