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Italian designer Joe Colombo (1930 – 1971) believed in democratic and functional design. Flexible and convertible objects and furniture meant to be used in many different ways – all for the benefit of the user. One of these designs was his ‘2 in 1’ glass drawn in 1965. The design consisted of two separate glasses melted together at the bottom. Lire la suite…

 

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The Tripod is a sensual table lamp by Gijs Bakker in 1978 now produced by Lyngby Porcelean made of one piece of moth-blown glass. Three intriguing structures support the light bulb in the centre of the lamp. Gijs Bakker is a multi-disciplinary Dutch designer, lecturer and one of the original founders of Droog design. Through a philosophy of ‘conceptual design in context’, his studio in Amsterdam follows a holistic design approach in which heart, mind and substance come together. Lire la suite…

 

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Clean lines, the finest quality porcelain and patterns from the archives. Rhombe is an homage to the classics. The rhombus pattern, which has been brought up from the extensive design archives of Lyngby Porcelæn, was first seen in the popular Danild series in 1961.

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Chinese heritage and modern thoughts. As a part of the 2015 collection Lyngby Porcelain is presenting 4 products in the Tsé series: teapot, candleholder, bowl, and a set of 3 cups. Tsé is a series of refined, lightweight porcelain tableware. The fine and delicate designs came to life through collaboration between Lyngby Porcelain, designer Pili Wu and the Taiwanese Han Gallery. Lire la suite…

 

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Danish brand Lyngby just unveiled new glass version of its iconic vase and bonbonniere together with a table lamp by Gijs Bakker and a can by Plueer & Smitt. The Lyngby vase has become one of the most iconic designs from Lyngby Porcelain. Over the past 20 years flea markets have been swiped clean of the original examples and the new productions have been extremely popular. The story continues in 2015 with additional designers to built an international brand challenging the scandinavian tradition. Lire la suite…

 

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It is a brand new start for the iconic danish company Lyngby Porcelean. Lyngby was founded in 1936 in Kongens Lyngby, Denmark and manufactured dinnerware, vases and other decorative objects of high quality. A few years ago the brand was revived and it is now one of the strongest lifestyle brands in Scandinavia. The factory managed to leave a large footprint due to its unique and distinctive designs that elegantly combined noble craftsman­ship with modern techniques and a focus on form and function. This strong legacy and timelessness is still the cornerstone of the brand and today Lyngby Porcelæn perfectly balances being a heritage brand as well as a sought after lifestyle brand. In the post war era in Denmark, Lyngby Porcelæn was the same size as both Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grøndahl. Lyngby Porcelæn is again behind the launch of their iconic designs, which are brought back to life with the utmost care and reverence for their place in the history of Danish design. Besides launching these classic designs we also wish to identify and develop designs of today. Lire la suite…