Acorn’s streamlined shape was inspired by a natural form, giving it organic contours and an understated profile.

Bulbs included
No
Cable type
Grey silk
Care instructions
Wipe with damp cloth
Ceiling rose diameter
18
Ceiling rose height
9
Colour
Matt Grey
Country of origin
China
Dimmable
Yes
Energy class
A++ - E
Ip rating
IP 20
Is suitable for outdoor use
No
Light bulb cap type
E27
Light bulbs included
No
Max wattage
100
Power connection
Ceiling Rose
Protection class
Class II
Shade diameter
48
Shade material
Aluminium
Spare parts available
Ceiling mounted canopy
Suitable for energy saving bulbs?
Yes
Voltage
220V - 240V ~ 50Hz
Wood
Oak
Year
2012

The shade resembles the empty shell of an acorn, which becomes hollow once the ripened nut has broken free. Like an acorn’s stem, the top of the shade tapers into a tactile shape. Streamlined and sophisticated, the lamp is suspended from the ceiling by a silk cord that conceals the power cable inside it. The lamp attaches to the ceiling with ceiling canopy crafted in the same style as the shade.

This pendant lamp belongs to a new breed of designs that replicate the beauty of nature in a functional object. Made in aluminium and oak, and painted either off-white or matt grey, the lamp combines natural materials with unassuming colours. Acorn is a natural complement to contemporary interiors, and a great way to shine light across table tops, desks and work surfaces.


Atle Tveit

Atle Tveit (born 1972) is a Norwegian furniture designer. After graduating from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design (2006) with a master’s degree, he started his own design office with a former classmate. This collaboration lasted for 4 years and resulted in many products for various Scandinavian furniture manufacturers and several awards, among them the Award for Design Excellence and the Young Talent Award from The Norwegian Design Council. Today the Atle Tveit Design studio is located in Oslo, Norway.


Imagine a creative force led by original ideas, in a place where traditional design seems like a thing of the past.