The Putki lamp comes from an ambitious glass work carried out by a collective led by designer Matti Klenell in collaboration with Iittala on the occasion of the ambitious renovation of the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Sweden. The set includes monumental lamps, placed at the windows of the museum, one of which has been reduced to create this lamp for domestic use.
The imposing one-piece lampshade is mouth-blown in the glassworks of Iittala in Finland, available in several colors tinted in the mass which magnify the subtle grooves. The legs are in terracotta color powder coated steel.
Materials blown glass tinted in the mass and powder coated steel
Dimensions H34 x 22 cm
Matti Klenell (b. 1972) is a Swedish designer known for his lifelong explorations of the Nordic design philosophy of form and function.
Much like artisans at the dawn of industrialism, Klenell seeks to achieve the richest artistic expression within the confines of the production process. Her goal is to bring her creations to life by giving them character and personality.
Its global customer base includes BRIO, Moooi and Muuto. Her multi-faceted approach to design allows her to work on many platforms, including solo exhibitions of her art glassware.
Klenell has received numerous accolades for his work, including the Red Dot Design Award for the Lempi drinking glass he created for Iittala.