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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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..
£525.00
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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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 ..
£149.00
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Produced in Denmark by Jeka Metaltryk A/S, these multilayered pendant light fixtures are offered for sale as a pair, and the price displayed is for both lamps together. Made from ivory white powder-coated steel, the lamps' multiple layers and graduated design allow for a soft and glare-free illumina..
£699.00
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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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..
£195.00
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Brand: Lyfa
This rare and spectacular Danish art light in rich orange and battleship grey lacquered metal is entitled Octagon and was made by Lyfa in the late 1960s. A January 1968 advert for the Octagon identifies it as one of Lyfa's premium Lyfalux series, a branding reserved for their highest-quality and mos..
£495.00
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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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..
£260.00
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Brand: Lyfa
Designed by Danish architect-designer Bent Karlby and produced by Lyfa in the 1960s, the Trenta is a multi-layered pendant light with a perspex core that produces glare-free but effective illumination. Measuring 34.5 cm in diameter and with a height of 18 cm, the Trenta was originally produced in th..
£325.00
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Brand: Lyfa
Designed by Danish architect Louis Weisdorf and issued by Lyfa in 1970, the Facet-Pop is constructed from 18 castellated metal strips, identical in shape but in three different tones of colour, woven together to form a cylinder measuring 18 cm in diameter and 27 cm in height. Light emerges through s..
£385.00
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Brand: Lyfa
Designed by Danish architect Louis Weisdorf and issued by Lyfa in 1970, the Facet-Pop is constructed from 18 castellated metal strips, identical in shape but in three different tones of colour, woven together to form a cylinder measuring 18 cm in diameter and 27 cm in height. Light emerges through s..
£345.00
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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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 ..
£875.00
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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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..
£395.00
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Brand: Fog & Mørup
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 ..
£595.00
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