Dokka Pendant Lamp by Birger Dahl

Pendant lamp

model: S-10053 / Dokka
designer: Birger Dahl
producer: Northern
period: 1954
country: Norway
diameter: cm. 16,5
height: cm. 24,5

Dokka is a small light with a big history. Designed in 1954, Dokka was the first lamp from Norway to receive a Golden Medal award at the prestigious Triennale di Milano. Acclaimed for its smooth contours, precise proportions and sleek handling of materials, Dokka had the potential to become a design classic from day one. Dokka became one of the best-selling pendant lamps ever produced in Norway, then disappeared when the previous manufacturer discontinued their lighting range.

In 2007, Northern re-launched Dokka, taking care to preserve the features that made it a design classic. Today, Dokka is expertly crafted in durable painted steel, and made to last. The light is available in a range of matt colours: black, dark grey, white, light yellow, rust red and dark green. The colour palette presents nuances of warm sand, fiery terracotta and lush greenery, offering a harmonious balance of rich tones and neutral tints.  An icon of its time, Dokka is uniquely contemporary, and is destined to become a future antique.

Shade colours: Dark green, light yellow, rust, white, black or dark grey (all matt)





Pendant lamp
Shade material: Steel
Shade ring material: Brass
Shade colours: Dark green, light yellow, rust, white, black or dark grey (all matt)

Shade inner colour: White
Wire: Black or white (white version only) rubber, 370 cm.
Bulb: E27 Max. 60 W.

220V – 240V ~ 50/60Hz
Net weight: 0.65 kg

Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 58 cm







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Color Variations

Black, Light yellow, White, Dark Grey, Rust, Dark Green