The Flowerpot lamp became synonymous with the Flower Power movement from the late 60s. Reflecting a break from convention to embrace a more open, modern mentality that promoted peace and harmony. Such was the mindset of its designer, Verner Panton. One of the most forward-thinking talents of his time. The Flowerpot series consists of several […]
At first glance, Lato resembles a sculpture, with its slim, oval or round table top balanced by an oval-shaped base. Striking, graphic and poetic, its purity of form is proof that simple is sophisticated. With Lato, Nichetto wanted to keep the simplicity and streamline into a timeless side table in a style that could easily […]
A practical solution to the increasingly blurred boundaries between work and home, the portable Caret reimagines the linear silhouettes of the classic, green-shaded designs ? known as ‘bankers lamps’ ? found in historic libraries. Made entirely from lacquered steel, the design features a rounded base and a long, pyramid-shaped top that emits a soft, diffused […]
J?rgen Kastholm (1931-2007) and Preben Juhl Fabricius (1931-1984) were driven by a mutual mission to make form a pure derivative of function. Both were architects, graduating from the Danish School of Interior Design where they studied under Finn Juhl and subsequently with Arne Jacobsen. The P376 pendant lamp is a perfect example of Kastholm & […]
Space Copenhagen?s ambition was to design a lamp with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic.
While experimenting with the reflections and refraction of light, designer Samuel Wilkinson discovered a beautiful quilted effect when the light source was surrounded by patterned glass. This led to his design of the Blown series.
Intended as a work of art, the Tabata lamp unites an industrial aesthetic with a warm light. Tabata was born after designer Luca Nichetto became intrigued by the idea of creating a lamp that appeared to float. Comprised of three interconnected metal modules, Tabata can be oriented by the owner to direct the diffused light […]
A beloved part of the &Tradition collection since 2010, the Flowerpot lamp is an icon of Danish design. Debuted by Verner Panton in 1968, the acclaimed designer produced numerous sketches of Flowerpot ? yet the wall lamp version never made its way to production. Many years later, &Tradition, in close collaboration with the Panton family, […]
Tripod from 1953 reflects the clean minimalism of Old Masters Hvidt & M?lgaard. A floor lamp built from lacquered steel with brass details, it strikes a delicate balance between the stark simplicity of its design and the softness injected by the curved edges of its base. Although it was designed in 1953, this is the […]
The Journey lamp is a merging of two classic geometric shapes, the sphere and the rectangle. The round, opal glass shade is reminiscent of the moon. Journey comes as both a table lamp and a wall lamp, with subtle colour combinations that make it easy to place anywhere. Whether the moon is full or not, […]
Match lighting to mood with Como SC53, a portable table lamp from Space Copenhagen. Crafted from anodized aluminium, Como?s sturdy base tapers up towards a softy curved, mushroom-shaped shade. This battery-powered lamp can operate for eleven hours at the highest setting, with an extra battery option that allows additional operating.