Stockmann-Orno was a Finnish lighting company that was active in the mid-20th century. The company was formed in 1947 as a merger between two existing Finnish lighting manufacturers, Stockmann and Orno.
Stockmann-Orno was known for its innovative designs and its use of modern materials such as glass, brass, and chrome. The company's lighting fixtures were characterized by their clean lines, geometric shapes, and functional simplicity.
One of Stockmann-Orno's most famous designs is the "Discus" lamp, which was designed by the Finnish designer Paavo Tynell in the 1950s. The lamp features a round, disc-shaped shade that is perforated with small holes, creating a delicate and intricate pattern of light and shadow.
Stockmann-Orno's designs were highly influential in the Scandinavian design movement, which emphasized functionalism, simplicity, and natural materials. Today, Stockmann-Orno lamps and fixtures are highly sought after by collectors and design enthusiasts, and the company's legacy continues to inspire contemporary designers.
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