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Askepot, which translates into English as Cinderella, is an unusual industrial-style Jo Hammerborg p..
Designed in 1967 with a diameter of 22.5cm and height of 31.5cm, the Central is a member of Jo Hamme..
With its futuristic rocket-shaped outline, Jo Hammerborg's Corona is a space-age classic and beautif..
Designed by Fog & Mørup's head of design Jo Hammerborg and produced by F&M in the late 1960s..
A little known and rarely seen Jo Hammerborg design entitled Matador, this is the perfect lamp for c..
One of Hammerborg’s most easily recognised and most widely imitated design concepts was a structure ..
Dating to the late 1950s/early 60s, the Eiffel (aka the Eifel) was one of Jo Hammerborg's earliest d..
A decade after creating his seminal and much-copied Saturn pendant light, Jo Hammerborg designed the..
A classic early (pre-1963) Jo Hammerborg design in his much-imitated signature copper-and-black comb..
First issued by Fog & Mørup in 1963, Jo Hammerborg's Nova was produced in three versions – ..
Jo Hammerborg's early 1970s Milieu pendant light series was produced by Fog & Mørup in three siz..
The first five years of Jo Hammerborg's 23-year reign as head of design at Fog & Mørup were the ..
The Regent is an elegant table lamp designed by Jo Hammerborg in the mid-1960s and produced by top D..
Designed by Jo Hammerborg and put into production by Fog & Mørup in the mid 1970s, the uncomprom..
The Sera pendant light first appears in the record in 1968 and with its diameter of 38cm and height ..
Jo Hammerborg's early 1960s Vesuv came in two sizes, and here we have a rarely seen example of both ..