Set of six plant trays attributed to Paavo Tynell
Finland, 1950s

Copper and brass.

The member's club at the Myllykoski paper mill, Finland. Paavo Tynell's office was responsible for the refurbishing of the member's club in the 1950's.

One of the best loved and most acclaimed Finnish designers – Paavo Tynell was born in Helsinki, Finland, in 1890. He was an industrial designer, often referred to as ‘the man who illuminated Finland’ through his world-renowned and extremely sought-after work, formed mostly from perforated and polished brass. He was a true pioneer of Nordic lighting design, with his early work proving to be of a functionalist nature during the first stages of his awe-inspiring career. His works today are some of the most coveted collectors items in Nordic lighting design.


L: 227 cm / 7' 5 3/4''
W: 21 cm / 8 1/4''


Price: 19 500 SEK each

Approximate price in your local currency
1 742 EUR
1 871 USD
1 470 GBP
294 971 JPY

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