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Lighting design on a Lyngby footing

Spring 2018

In recent years, Lyngby Porcelæn has been launching new designs and relaunching modern classics. This has taken the brand in a different direction from its “Lyngby vase” signature design. Nevertheless, many people still essentially associate the brand with minimalism and industrial sculptural, as reflected in the history of Danish porcelain. This DNA is still very much in evidence in this spring’s new product, created in cooperation with the Formgiverne design studio. Cecilie Toklum and Robert Larsen are the people behind Formgiverne. They have set classic Lyngby styling in a contemporary context with a modern design for a candle holder, paying tribute to its undeniable origins in the vase even as it invites you to create your very own light sculpture.

Darling of design in a free glaze

Spring 2018

The Lyngby vase is one of the most popular icons of Danish design history. This industrial-design vase is familiar in Denmark and internationally, with its orderly grooves exuding Bauhaus references, and turning the Danish minimalist design tradition into applied art. Even icons may benefit from refreshing, however. That is why, in recent years, the Lyngby vase has been produced in different colours, each shedding new light on the original white design, and now Lyngby Porcelæn is giving even more free rein to the creative forces. Spring 2018 will see the introduction of three brand-new variants of the vase. An experimental glaze running down the side gives this iconic design a completely new nonchalance and a hint of uniqueness, with white, black and rose-pink glazes applied by hand, making each vase one of a kind.


Lyngby Porcelain: very fitting!

Autumn 2017

Since its modern-day relaunch, Lyngby Porcelain has been synonymous with the vase of the same name. With its sophisticated yet raw grooves, the Lyngby vase draws on references to both Art Deco and industrial design, and in recent years the ridged porcelain has been translated into several other utility designs. One such is Philip Bro Ludvigsen’s minimalist porcelain light fitting, Fitting #1, which uses just a few steps to build bridges between functionality and aesthetics, and gives the Nordic lighting culture a completely new look. This autumn, Lyngby Porcelain is following up on Philip Bro Ludvigsen’s brilliant success with the launch of Fitting #3. This is an innovative table lamp design with a difference that may not look like much but makes a big impact when the light streams from the naked bulb, casting a poetic glow across the glossy white porcelain.  

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