Designed by Jorn Utzon
For Pritzker Prize-winning architect J?rn Utzon, his father?s naval engineering drawings prompted a lifelong fascination with ships. Such interest is illustrated in Utzon JU1, first released in 1947, a pendant whose distinctive collared shape and sharp lines echo the industrial silhouette of a ship.
Space Copenhagen _s Fly series signals a sculptural approach to design without sacrificing comfort. Referencing a classic Nordic aesthetic, details and techniques, seen in the slatted wood backrest, organic shapes and solid craftmanship. Fly is a series that allows the users to sit, lie, rest, and relax. Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs […]
The Margin lighting family is designer John Asbury?s modern interpretation of a classic luminaire. Exploring a tiered typology for lighting, Margin?s intersecting shades gently diffuse the light and instantly set the tone with warmth and tactility. The softness of the fabric is tempered by a clean and graphic silhouette that lends a certain presence and […]
The main feature of the Waldorf Collection combines an open hemispherical shade with a cylindrical socket cover. This composite shade is deployed in suspension and wall-mounted configurations with natural brass and powder coated rods. Swivelling shades and other moving parts add functional flexibility to the crisp, streamlined forms of this collection.
Every detail of this lighting collection embodies the relation of geometric objects and their shadows with sophisticated elegance. Its metal plate derives from the perfectly elliptical shadow cast by a crystal ball and mirrors the refined color scheme of the mouth-blown piece. Bomma?s traditional glassmaking techniques ensure that each piece from this collection is truly […]