Lyngby Porcelain: very fitting!
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.