The Titia pendant was imagined by the Japanese designer Arihiro Miyake and its manufacture was made possible by the rapid development of LED technologies. Indeed, the light source of this lamp is composed of a multitude of LEDs integrated directly into the fine and openwork structure of the lampshade. The designer’s desire was to provide powerful, glare-free lighting, ideal for illuminating a table. The LEDs are powered by a thin electrical cable that can hardly be seen and the lampshade is held in place with 3 thin tensor wires. The result is airy and light, the Titia pendant seems to float in the air. Interesting technical detail: Titia’s lampshade is made in 3 parts, which connect to each other by clipping.
Dimensions Ø70 x H60 cm. Canopy Ø22 x H4,5 cm. Cable length 3 m.
Light source integrated LED, 2700K (warm light), 3850 lumen, dimmable
«A way to the Future — I’d like to believe that Design can indicate us to the new day.»
Arihiro Miyake (born in 1975 / Kobe, Japon)
Graduated from Kobe Design University, in Japan in 1999, and graduate of a Masters degree in furniture and spatial design from Aalto University, in Finland, in 2002. After working at a few design studios in Helsinki and Milan, in 2004, he established his own design studio «Studio Arihiro Miyake» in Helsinki, Finland. The studio works internationally on diverse design projects, from architecture for restaurants / exhibition to furniture / lighting designs. Arihiro Miyake seeks the immortal aesthetics upon the innovative and technical challenges.