Designed by Hvidt & Molgaard
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 first time it?s in production.
Looking to create a versatile piece that would adapt to its surroundings, design duo Hvidt & Molgaard devised this handsome lounge table in 1956. As part of the Drop Leaf series, it boasts the same curved wooden frames and easily foldable design. Available in solid walnut or oak.
After experimenting for years with the concept of a laminated wooden frame inspired by old wooden tennis rackets, Danish design duo Hvidt & Molgaard released X in 1959, a lounge chair with a distinctive sloping silhouette and understated aesthetic.
The 1956 Drawn chair by Hvidt & Molgaard stands out as a definitive piece of Danish design. Built upon traditional craftsmanship techniques and made out of organic materials, it brings a sense of wholesome honesty to any space. Available in oiled oak, oiled walnut, soaped oak, and the newest addition of black lacquered oak. It […]
After the success of its floor lamp, &Tradition has expanded the Tripod series to include a table lamp with the same timeless design. Tripod, a table lamp built from powder-coated steel with brass details, reflects the clean minimalism of historic Copenhagen-based duo Hvidt & M?lgaard. Considered Old Masters of mid-century Danish design, their pieces often […]
When Anderssen & Voll created their Pavilion chair series, the award-winning duo drew their design cues from the iconic Langelinie Pavilion. Now, this light and lyrical aesthetic has been translated into a compact desk intended to suit both office and home spaces.
Sitting within the larger In Between series, this lounge table carefully echoes many aspects of the In Between chair, from its gentle curvature to the outward splay of its legs.
Space Copenhagen?s ambition was to design a lamp with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic.