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Pendant Light TW002 “Triennale“

Designer: Tapio Wirkkala

Year: 1951

TW002 pendant light, also known as the “Triennale,” is timeless in appeal. Made of hand-blown opalescent glass that has been given a satin finish, the cone-shaped shade provides warm, ambient illumination. One of Tapio Wirkkala’s first lighting fixture designs, “Triennale” was first displayed at the Milan Triennale in 1951.

Pendant Light TW002 "Triennale"
As contemporary today as it was in the 1950s, minimalistic "Triennale" blends in perfectly with any surroundings
Hand-blown opal glass

White textile cable, length 2 m
220-240V, 50/ 60 Hz
DRR-..-E27 max. 12W
appliance class II, IP20
This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A to G

    A single version of this product is available.

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    Pendant Light TW002 “Triennale“
    Shade: opal glass, satinated

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