Imagine Maritime gas lamps lighting the way on dark cobblestone streets dating back over a century. Now imagine a modern version that embodies the essence of this icon in a desk lamp crafted in opal glass and oxidised brass - and you have Copenhagen by the design duo at Space Copenhagen.
The compact size allows you to place the lamp in all kinds of settings and the swivel feature gives you more possibilities for illumination. Light intensity is seamlessly controlled through a new dim-feature reflecting the latest Nobel Prize findings about our inner clock and the benefits of proper lighting on our wellbeing. Turn the knob on the base of the lamp from a colder brighter white light for daytime to a warmer white light for a cosy effect. A customised, built-in LED module ensures energy efficiency.
Ideal for any sized desk, the Copenhagen desk lamp will pave the path for pondering great ideas.
Graduates from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, their scope of projects extends from furniture, design objects and art installa- tions to interiors.With a roster of clients like Georg Jensen, By Malene Birger, the Louisiana Museum of Modern art and five-star Hotel D’Angleterre. Not to mention Michelin star Restaurant NOMA, voted the Best Restaurant in the World.
Together they strive to create an elegant, intimate atmosphere, drawing on
a mix of materials and subdued tones. Using organic materials such as wood, stone, leather and brass, which age gracefully over time.
The FLY Lounge Series is all about lounging. It lets you sit, lie down, rest and relax anyway you choose. Instead of imposing a certain posture, the loose cushions are there for you to freely arrange or re-arrange. Select either of the two sofas or the pouf, and you’ll experience cosy with a capital C. Space Cop- enhagen’s brilliant balance of soft and sturdy, as well as their attention to the universal need for comfort makes this a modern series with a classic appeal –
a key criteria at &tradition.
Products for&tradition: FLY lounge series and Copenhagen Pendant.