Terho & Tatti lamps by Maija Puoskari

October 16th, 2013 by retail design blog

Finnish designer Maija Puoskari has presented her newest lighting collection at Salone Satellite 2013. Influenced by the natural and sympathetic shapes of acorns, the ‘Terho’ ceiling lamp series includes two different sizes and hat variations. The fixtures are manufactured using opal white glass-blown casings and Finnish alder. Conceived to complement ‘Terho’ , the additional ‘Tatti’ table lamps utilize a likewise similar construction, referencing Funghi in their form.








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