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By Pavoo Tynell

9205 Table Lamp

699 €

First produced around 1950, the 9205 is a classic, almost archetypal, table lamp with an unmistakable Tynell aesthetic. Elegant and slender, the lamp’s apparently simple form conceals an extraordinary degree of craftsmanship and highly skilled hand-making. The canvas model's shade is constructed by attaching the fabric to a liner, which is then manually fixed onto a wire frame, while the bamboo is made from a series of slats first sewn together by hand to form a pleated mat before being connected to the liner and frame a contemporary update to the ryegrass cane used in Taito’s original model. The stem is milled with a rattan-like pattern, created by a metalsmith using a lathe with great precision and attention to detail to mimic the effect of a series of overlapping strips. A brass plate, screwed into the stem, keeps the shade in place.

  • Lamp Shade:Canvas
  • Lamp Base:Brass
ITEM NO: 10119201
    • Market Compliance:Europe e x . UK
    • Design:9205
    • Product Net Weight Kg:2.4
    • Gross Weight Kg:4.85
    • Gross Height Meter:0.198
    • Gross Length Meter:0.64
    • Gross Depth Meter:0.198
    • Lightbulb Socket:EU – 2 x E27 (Bulb not included)
    • Lumen Watt Recommended:470 Lumen (~ 4W-6W LED)
    • Lamp Height:58 cm
    • Lamp Stand:Ø14 x 58 cm
    • Shade Dimension:Ø31 x 21cm
    • Cord Length:200 cm

First produced around 1950, the 9205 is a classic, almost archetypal, table lamp with an unmistakable Tynell aesthetic. Elegant and slender, the lamp’s apparently simple form conceals an extraordinary degree of craftsmanship and highly skilled hand-making. The canvas model's shade is constructed by attaching the fabric to a liner, which is then manually fixed onto a wire frame, while the bamboo is made from a series of slats first sewn together by hand to form a pleated mat before being connected to the liner and frame a contemporary update to the ryegrass cane used in Taito’s original model. The stem is milled with a rattan-like pattern, created by a metalsmith using a lathe with great precision and attention to detail to mimic the effect of a series of overlapping strips. A brass plate, screwed into the stem, keeps the shade in place.

WHEN SIMPLE FORM CONCEALS AN EXTRAORDINARY DEGREE OF CRAFTSMANSHIP

A TIMELESS ELEGANCE

 

Originally crafted circa 1950, the 9205 stands as a timeless table lamp, bearing the unmistakable Tynell aesthetic. Its elegance and sleekness embody an aura of simplicity, yet beneath this unassuming façade lies a masterful display of craftsmanship.

 

AVAILABLE VARIANTS

AN ARTISANAL MASTER

 

The canvas variant features a skillful process, where fine fabric is delicately attached to a liner, seamlessly fixed onto a wire frame. On the other hand, our bamboo model showcases a fusion of traditional artistry and modern flair. Multiple slats are expertly hand-sewn to create a pleated mat, gracefully connected to the liner and frame.

 

PAAVO TYNELL

 

Paavo Tynell (1890-1973) was an industrial designer, known as the great pioneer of Finnish lighting design and fondly dubbed as “the man who illuminated Finland”. Tynell was one of the founders and chief designers of Taito Oy – the first industrial producer of lighting fixtures in Finland. With the innovation of electricity in the beginning of the 20th century, Taito Oy and Tynell expanded the thinking and manufacturing of modern lighting solutions in Europe and abroad.

 

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