Sulo, Siiri, Kirassi and Palturi are all sheltering in hollow tree trunks, lighting up a dark forest in a night-time diorama that creates a dreamy atmosphere.
The Sulo table lamp is a cordless, rechargeable light sculpture that will bring a joyful glow to your night stand, windowsill or bookcase. Due to its playful dome-like appearance and wide, googly eyes, Sulo is a delightful addition to your interior even when the light is turned off.
Sulo is part of the Iittala x Magis Linnut collection developed in collaboration with the design legend Oiva Toikka, featuring light sculptures based on Toikka’s iconic Birds by Toikka glass art collection. Made of a new kind of transparent polycarbonate with similar qualities to mouth-blown glass, the flock of distinctive light sculptures emanates the unique nature, whimsical creativity and subtle humour typical of Toikka’s designs
Rechargeable table lighting device with diffused light.
Body in coloured PC. LED technology, touch switch with dimmer function.
Charging via micro USB-C cable and battery charger.
Power: max 5 W
This product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.
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<u> <br /></u>Oiva Toikka (born 1931) is one of Finlands most noted glass designers and artists, who has studied and masters his material in a varied and unprejudiced way. The general public knows him from the birds of the Nuutajarvi Glass Factory, that have been in production for 30 years this year. During his long career, Oiva Toikka has also done a lot more: objects and glassware that have been designed for mass production, playful fantasy statuettes and unique pieces of glass art. Toikka has been working as an artist and a designer for Arabia and Marimekko, and designed stage settings and costumes for operas and plays. His awards included the Lunning Prize, Finnish States Award for Crafts and Design, Pro Finlandia Medal, Worlds Glass Now '85 Award, Japan, Kaj Franck Prize, Finland Prize and in the end of last year, he was awarded the respected Swedish Prins Eugen -medal.