Ponto, meaning bridge in Esperanto, is ‘exclusivity and simplicity’ defined, where every detail breathes both designers and Lammhults sense of innovation and quality.
Ponto is the table that allows modern technology to meet solid craftsmanship. The legs of Ponto are made of carefully selected solid wood that is milled to fit the aluminum profiles that support the entire table. Nothing on Ponto is unnecessary, with a maximum length of 558 cm, only four legs and table surfaces are all that is needed, no more no less, together they are whole and that is remarkable in its simplicity. Assembly is quick, by sliding the leg onto the aluminum profile to the desired position.
He works with buildings, interior-design and furniture-design . The approach is the spaces and the humans living inside them. For that reason many of the furniture from Troels, is designed with a high degree of flexibility and adaptability to fit into different rooms and architectural environments.
In some of the furniture, this is achieved through an innovative, artistic interpretation of the construction, where gravity is cleverly exploited for locking and stabilizing.
The different angles and proportions are carefully adjusted, in a relationship with the function of the furniture, in order to achieve an airy, agile and balanced aesthetic.
Inspirations are multifarious: The material itself, the springy movement of a cat, the stalk of a leaf, the light flight of a bird...
Several furniture-designs from Troels have received design-prizes and Troels has, among other distinctions, got the 3-year-working-grant from the National Art-foundation of the Danish State.
Since our beginnings in 1945 in the small town of Lammhult in southern Sweden, Lammhults has adhered to the principles of the Modern Movement instilled in the company by our founder Edvin Ståhl.