Home tour | Scandinavian home of gallery owner in Copenhagen, Sara Lysgaard. Her home is like a work of art with beautiful natural elements alongside the black and white interior. I like the simple and not overloaded use of beautiful art and the classic furniture collection.
The Danish designer Simon Legald has designed a sophisticated range of lamps called Amp for Normann Copenhagen. The Amp lamp series consists of one table lamp and two pendant lamps. Amp is characterised by its high-quality materials of glass and marble that add a visual fragility and sensuous heaviness.
Normann Copenhagen presents Amp lamp series. A hi-fi inspired range of lamps. Amp has a nostalgic and at the same time, contemporary feel. The idea for the lamp’s shape came when the designer was restoring an old 60’s radio at home. While searching for spare parts for the radio, he was captivated by the glow that emits from the tube amplifier. The simple oval shape and the glow of the bulb is an obvious reference to this, just as the name Amp refers to the English term; tube amplifier. The proportions for each lamp have been carefully designed. For example, the marble sockets of the two pendant lamps are smaller than the marble base of the table lamp to emphasise their different functions. Read More
This Home tour goes to a cozy Malmö home in Sweden. The home is renovated by Josefin at Byggfabriken, focused on natural old school methods and materials to create the ultimate living in this simple but warm styled Scandinavian Apartment.
Chair No 14 has a perfect design for cafés, restaurants and residential dining where classic European style is desired. There is not much to say about these classic bentwood chairs, other than they are elegant and undeniably appropriate in almost any space!
Since 1859, when chair No 14 was first introduced, more than 80 million units have been sold all over the world. Its iconic shapes are created by six manually bent beech rods, two bolts and ten screws. Thanks to its low weight, attractive price and legendary strength, this chair quickly found its place in the cafes of Vienna, earning the nickname the “café chair”. Read More
The Baines & Fricker Fruit Crate Unit uses contemporary pops of colour and cool graphics to make a functional piece more fitting for the home. The low, slender Fruit Crate unit doesn’t take up a great deal of space and offers a lot of valuable storage space in the deep fruit crate drawers.
The drawers are also easily removed and transportable due to the slot crate handles. Each drawer is screen printed with the Baines & Fricker name in punchy lettering and the linoleum top is available in a range of colour choices. Fruit Crate Unit it’s a fresh and fun take on traditional home storage. Read More