Iittala’s Leimu table lamp boasts a strong concrete base and an impressive mouth-blown copper glass lamp, designed by Magnus Pettersen in 2013.
The Leimu table lamp has been inspired by the striking combination of glass and concrete in modern architecture. Available in four colours, each one gives the mouth-blown glass lamp its own unique look. Leimu has been awarded the prestigious iF Golden design award in 2014.
Large Lamp: Height: 38cm x Width: Ø25cm
Small Lamp: Height: 30cm x Width: Ø20cm
Materials & Finishes
Concrete base with coloured glass shade and black fabric cord.
1 x max. 60W E14 SES bulb.
Bulb (not included).
Year of Design
Space Planning/Interior Design
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Magnus Pettersen is a Norwegian designer based in London. Pettersen set up his own design studio in 2011, focusing on furniture, lighting and home accessories, as well as working on more traditional product design. Pettersen´s work reflects his Norwegian heritage by being functional and utilitarian, but without taking on a stereotypical Scandinavian style. It often has an industrial feel to it which is softened by mixing in natural materials and warmer colours.
What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, today celebrates generations of essential objects where quality, aesthetics and functionality are important values. Iittala believes in interior design that lasts a lifetime.