Dokka pendant


design Birger Dahl, 1954

Dokka is a small light with a big history. Designed in 1954, it was the first lamp from Norway to receive a Golden Medal award at the prestigious Triennale di Milano. Acclaimed for its smooth contours, precise proportions and sleek handling of materials, Dokka had the potential to become a design classic from day one. It became one of the best-selling pendant lamps ever produced in Norway, then abruptly disappeared when the previous manufacturer discontinued their lighting range.
In 2007, Northern re-launched Dokka, taking care to preserve the features that made it a design classic. Today, Dokka is expertly crafted in durable painted steel and made to last. An icon of its time, Dokka remains popular today, and is destined to become an antique in the future.

Dimensions Ø16,5 x H24,5 cm

Shade steel, white, dark grey, black, light yellow, rust, dark green

Shade inner colour white – Shade ring material electroplated steel

Wire Black or white rubber (white version only), 250 cm

Bulb E27

Net weight 0.65 kg

matt dark green

275 €

matt light yellow

275 €

matt rust

275 €

matt white

275 €

dark grey

275 €

matt black

275 €

Birger Dahl

Birger Dahl (1916 - 1998) was a Norwegian designer and considered to be a pioneer of contemporary Scandinavian lighting. The award-winning designer forged his signature streamlined style that launched a new perspective on lighting design. During his time at Sønnico, where he was head of design, he created the emblematic Dokka pendant lamp which became the first lamp from a Norway to win a Gold Medal award at the Triennale di Milano.