Ilmari Tapiovaara was a designer, interior architect, and teacher, becoming a leading figure of the post-World War II design drive. Distinguished for his furnishings and interior design, Tapiovaara's work explored the possibilities of multiplicity – creating different versions of an object from a single piece. His internship at Le Corbusier's studio and his close relationship with nature made him an explorer of new design, oriented for the first time towards the general public.
Maija conveys the feeling of light typical of Baltic cities, where the streets are barely illuminated, apart from the light that streams from the windows of homes and shops; from the inside outwards. A tower composed of stacked metal discs through which its inner light filters, vibrant and inviting conversation.
Metallic lampshade finished in matte white or nude rose.
Brass legs finished in matte.
Diffuser in white translucent methacrylate.
Light source included (dimmable)
Output 12W / Input: 90 ~ 264 Vac.(50 Hz / 60 Hz).According to destination..CCT: 2.700 KCRI: 90Useful life: 40.000 hLuminous flux: 346 lm