Dokka in New colours

Dokka in New colours

Dokka in New colours

Dokka in New colours

Norwegian Icons - Important Norwegian Design - Oslo Tokyo New York

Norwegian Icons - Important Norwegian Design - Oslo Tokyo New York

DESIGN BY BIRGER DAHL  (1954)    Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel s/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years.

DESIGN BY BIRGER DAHL (1954) Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel s/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years.

DESIGN BY BIRGER DAHL  (1954)    Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel s/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years.

DESIGN BY BIRGER DAHL (1954) Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel s/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years.

DESIGN BY BIRGER DAHL  (1954)    Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel s/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years.

DESIGN BY BIRGER DAHL (1954) Dokka is a small pendant light with a clean profile. It is a genuine piece of European post war design history: in 1954 this functional light icon was the first Norwegian lamp ever to be awarded the highly regarded Golden Medal at the Milan triennale. The lamp, also known as “pendel s/10053”, was produced and sold by the Norwegian electricity company Sønnico (Oslo) for many years.

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