Designed by Space Copenhagen
Space Copenhagen?s ambition was to design a lamp with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic. The Copenhagen Pendant is an exercise in contrasts. Combining the classic and the modern, the maritime and the industrial.
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 […]
Ensure the ambiance is right with Manhattan SC52, a portable table lamp from Space Copenhagen. Its industrial-inspired base is made from anodized aluminium with a columned detailing; a cream-coloured canvas shade sits atop. This battery-powered lamp can operate for eleven hours at the highest setting, with an extra battery option that allows additional operating.
Space Copenhagen?s ambition was to design a lamp with a simple industrial feel, but which was still elegant and poetic.
If Pipistrello has succeeded up until now in remaining always current and fascinating, it is not just thanks to its style and the design ingenuity of Gae Aulenti. Merit also goes to the company?s desire to dare and to re-propose it in different colors, dimensions and uses to better answer a continuously evolving market.
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.
Inspired by the creative chaos of working from home, Note Design Studio decided to create a storage unit that would house their collection of magazines, drawings and objects. The result was a sleek trolley with a distinctive V-shaped design built into its surface that allows stacked books to be easily stored and displayed.