Tapio Wirkkala’s glass works are showcased at the Murano Glass Museum in conjunction with this year’s Venice Biennale. Wirkkala’s glass design resonated with both Finnish and Italian design enthusiasts as early as the 1950s.
There is a long-living and energy-stingy LED alternative for nearly all luminaires. Airam's modern LED lamps look a lot like the old halogen lamps, and they make for ideal replacements.
At Stockholm Fair we presented the beloved crystal bulbs and K2 luminaires designed by Tapio Wirkkala, now in LED versions. At Airam booth you saw the latest favourites in lighting for homes and common courtyards.
Airam is launching a range of K2 luminaires designed by Tapio Wirkkala in a fresh new combination of colours. With the K2 luminaire, light is an aesthetic experience: the beautiful shape of the bulb can be clearly seen inside the clear glass lampshade.
The crystal bulb designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1968 was inspired by the vivacity of the nature in Lapland, the melting ice and flowing water. The design classic is once again available, now produced as an LED version.
A bold builder will disobey traditional lighting guidelines and create lighting for a house entrance using led strips. The entrance, more than any other area, creates an impression of the house and its residents.