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Original midcentury Danish modern lighting and textiles

Fog & MorupMira-XLouis PoulsenLyfaNordisk Solar CompagniForm-LightAbo RandersTorben Ørskov
Fog & MørupMira-XLouis PoulsenLyfaNordisk SolarForm-LightAbo RandersTorben Ørskov
Jo Hammerborg's Vega pendant lamp, created for Fog & Mørup in 1968, evidences more clearly than ..
Designed by architect Bent Karlby and produced by Lyfa in the late 1960s, the Kvadrille is a Danish ..
The Saturn was one of Jo Hammerborg's first designs when he took over as director of design at Fog &..
This rare and spectacular Danish art light in rich orange and battleship grey lacquered metal is ent..
Danish architect Sophus Frandsen created the Fibonacci, his timeless classic for Fog & Mørup, in..
Purchased in Denmark, these bold 1970s curtains feature a series of large-scale Pantonesque geometri..
Purchased in Denmark and offered for sale as a set of 6, these tablemats were made in the 1970s in a..
Siva silk-screened art print fabric by Södahl of Denmark, unused, 1960s/70s Out Of Stock
This vividly colourful geometric design fabric dates from the late 1960s to early 1970s, and its sel..
These vintage 1970s curtains were made in Denmark and have a bold geometric curved zigzag design ..
Measuring 151 x 145cm, this bold geometric silkscreen-print art textile was made in Denmark in the l..
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