Miina lamp

@SaloneSatellite 2013 Finland

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The idiom of the Miina lamp (Miina is Finnish for “land mine”) is soft and therefore timeless. The lamp is at its best when hung from a ceiling, but it may also be placed on a desk or even on the floor. The lamp spreads light potently in all directions through its large glass cover. Its surface luminance is low thanks to the large glass surface, which makes the lamp pleasant to use in various different locations. The glass has been acidified, meaning that no disturbing reflections are created on its beautifully dim surface. Materials: Mouth blown glass, elm Light source: LED Diameter: 170 mm (6.7 inches) Height: 400 mm (15.7 inches)
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    The idiom of the Miina lamp (Miina is Finnish for “land mine”) is soft and therefore timeless. The lamp is at its best when hung from a ceiling, but it may also be placed on a desk or even on the floor. The lamp spreads light potently in all directions through its large glass cover. Its surface luminance is low thanks to the large glass surface, which makes the lamp pleasant to use in various different locations. The glass has been acidified, meaning that no disturbing reflections are created...

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