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Louis Weisdorf (1932–2021) graduated as an architect at the age of 22, having embarked upon the five-year course at Copenhagen's Kunstakademiet when he was just 17 years old. Weisdorf is best known today for his lighting designs for Lyfa, but this is only one of several areas of architecture and design to which he applied his particular talent for technical design in a long and varied career encompassing a diverse portfolio of specialisms including industrial design, urban landscape planning and computer programs. Weisdorf worked closely with other illustrious designers including Verner Panton, Poul Henningsen, PH's son Simon P Henningsen and Acton Bjørn, and in later years provided architectural and design services to clients both in Denmark and internationally from his office in Frederiksberg. Read our article about Louis Weisdorf lights here.