As admirer of Alexander Calder, in 1951 Schottlander created the Mantis series of lamps. Movement is intrinsic to all of Schottlander’s work: an artist, an engineer and in no small measure a handyman, he devised a clever system of counterweights combined with a series of strong, and flexible metal bars. The shade also is unique […]
At the head of the bed or next to a sofa, Vision 20/20 has been developed to achieve the maximum sharpness by adjusting the power of the light with a large rotational angle. This lens allows you to read comfortably without straining your eyesight. Its design is direct, without frills: a reading tool.
The Parc Collection is inspired by childhood imagination and the essentiality of homemade forms. Evoking the archetype of a flashlight, each lamp from the Parc Collection is a playful reminder of time spent in nature?when a simple tube and piece of string could be used to fashion any number of creations. Created in collaboration with […]
A silhouette that naturally evokes a praying mantis in weightlessness, the Mantis floor lamp has now been structurally tweaked and improved just as designer Schottlander envisioned in his time. Still composed of a long steel rod topped by a black shade pivoting on a ball joint, resting on its round base, the BS8 L floor […]
Filling spaces with ambient light, the Hashira High Floor Lamp by Norm Architects is characterised by its tall and tactile shade and slender, graphic frame. The elegant, powder-coated steel base lends an elevated, airy expression to the design, its black metal surface creating a contrast to the pale linen shade, which acts as a diffuser, […]
The Dot Collection combines the directness of exposed, spherical bulbs with the rich materiality of brass. Focused, geometric compositions contain these two features, balancing line, surface, and luminous points.
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 Bloom Floor Lamp’s superelliptical shade form is inspired by the gentle dynamic flow of paper lanterns. Its glorious lit effect is the result of transparency and light. Two contrasting materials ??? a finely perforated mesh core and frosted blown glass, combine to project a soft focus texture onto the inside of the shade. Combined […]
Inspired by traditional Japanese rice paper lanterns, these additions allow you to take the series into all corners of the home ? from bedside to the entry, kitchen to the reading room.
A rigorous elegance. A dimmer and two gelatins, to regulate the intensity and warmth of the light; adjustable feet, to adapt to the floors.
Designed in the 1980s by award-winning Swedish designer Kenneth Bergenblad, the Wing Table Lamp in polished aluminium takes its name from its horizontal shade that projects from both sides and rotates 360 to direct light where it is needed. A statement-making piece in any setting, its minimal silhouette complements every interior style.
Space Copenhagen?s ambition was to design a lamp with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic.