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In the mid-1970s Danish lighting company Fog & Mørup collaborated with Arabia of Finland to produce a range of high-quality enamelled steel kitchenware and pendant lights adapted from Arabia's Finel line. The lights were produced in two sizes, with form by Kaj Franck and decoration by Arabia's i..
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Askepot, which translates into English as Cinderella, is an unusual industrial-style Jo Hammerborg pendant light design dating from 1976–77 and an exercise in textural contrast, with its glassily glossy red cap sitting atop a shade that has a grainy texture resembling cast iron on the outside and a ..
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With its futuristic rocket-shaped outline, Jo Hammerborg's Corona is a space-age classic and beautifully captures the optimistic mood and silvery aesthetic of the Apollo moon landing – so it's startling to realise that he actually created it sometime between 1957 and 1963, in the early period of his..
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Designed in 1967 with a diameter of 22.5cm and height of 31.5cm, the Central is a member of Jo Hammerborg's Saturn series – a collection of lights in which Hammerborg, Fog & Mørup's head of design, explored the art of balance and proportion in form through a structure of two concentric cylindric..
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This classic 1970s modernist wall lamp was produced in Denmark by Fog & Mørup and designed by the company's head of design Jo Hammerborg. Measuring 9 x 9 x 18.5 cm, the lamp is designed to be wall-mounted onto two small nails or screws (not supplied) using the two slots, one vertical and the oth..
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Danish architect Sophus Frandsen created the Fibonacci, his timeless classic for Fog & Mørup, in the early 1960s. Despite being one of the company’s most expensive lights it remained in production until F&M’s demise in the early 1980s. The light was awarded a gold medal at the Leipzig Messe ..
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As we wrote  back in 2011 in a blog post which you can read here, Fog & Mørup's Golden Line was a mid-1970s premium offering of a small number of the company's lines in 24-carat gold-plated editions. One of the selected lines was Jo Hammerborg's multi-layered Milieu, and this is a rare exam..
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Created in 1969 for Fog & Mørup by the company's head of design Jo Hammerborg, the Kastor is a strong statement lamp with an imposing presence sufficient to form a centrepiece in any room and particularly well-suited for use over a dining table or other focal point. The lamp was produced in two ..
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With an emerald green outer band and a light grey inner cone section, this rarely seen pendant lamp was one of Jo Hammerborg's earliest designs for Fog & Mørup, dating to the early 1960s. Entitled Krinoline, the lamp was only produced in small numbers at the time, but nearly a decade later Hamme..
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Jo Hammerborg's Lento table/desk lamp series was launched by Fog & Mørup in the mid-1960s in three versions – aluminium, brass and copper. This example is the solid brass edition and is in excellent condition with no damage and with appropriate patination for its age. The 14cm diameter head can ..
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Hans Due's ufo-like Optima lamp series was launched by Fog & Mørup in October 1972 in white, with yellow and brown editions following a year later. The pendant lights in these early editions had diameters of 20, 50 and 60 cm respectively. This particular Optima pendant is the 20 cm diameter vers..
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The first five years of Jo Hammerborg's 23-year reign as head of design at Fog & Mørup were the most creative of his entire career. In this period he redefined the F&M brand and put into production 24 of the approximately 60 light designs he would eventually create for the company, one of wh..
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