This black and brass Birdy wall lamp in a long arm edition was originally designed in 1952 by Birger Dahl and is an emblem of modern Norwegian design. After its original release, Birdy was awarded the highly-esteemed Golden Medal at the Triennale di Milano in 1954.
With an adjustable angled shade that effortlessly evokes charisma, charm and curiosity, Birdy subtly resembles the posture and lines of its namesake. Its black shade beautifully complements the brass-finished stem, creating an elegant, versatile enhancement for your interior.
A pioneer in the development of contemporary Scandinavian lighting, Birger Dahl is an award-winning designer, known for his streamlined forms and use of strict geometric shape, usually softened with gentle contours to create the icons of the mid-century design landscape that we still celebrate today.
Ideal for illuminating corners or wall spaces in need of a little brightening touch, the long armed Birdy wall lamp in black and brass is sure to be as well-loved a feature in your home now as it has been since its original conception.
Requires 1 X E27 Max 60W bulb (not included).