The pendant light Willydilly convinces with its casual and yet elegant shape. It was designed in 1983 by Ingo Maurer.
Willydilly uses a large, beautifully light and airy lamp shade, made of white cardboard paper. It winds around the light source in a spiral shape, reminiscent of a snail or seashell. The exact shape can be chosen by the user. A transparent clip pins the shade in place. Thanks to its shape and to the translucent material, it provides predominantly downward-directed light, but also a diffuse background lighting. The beautiful spiral shape is enhanced through the glow of the light.
Willydilly can be adjusted in height by making the cable loop at the canopy larger or smaller. The ceiling canopy is made of white plastic and sports a skewed conical shape that lends the design the finishing touch.
The large Willydilly pendant light is especially suitable for rooms with high ceilings, for living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms, where it provides table illumination. It is a lamp that is functional and simple, yet romantic and cheerful at the same time.