With a new countertop and most of the kitchen finished, my next focal point is the lighting at my home. I think a beautiful lamp really finishes off a space, just like curtains, which will be my next project! After years it was time to replace the common hardware store lamps and a few others that I was tired of. I already have several new ones, or updated old favourites and some others are on their way. My last purchase which I showed in this post, was love at first sight at imm Cologne earlier this year.
Fairs are amazing to get to know new brands or see new products up close and I am so happy to work with imm Cologne every year. At imm I also saw the products of Danish brand Le Klint for the first time in real life and made a few images and a movie for Instagram.
Cylinder by Klint Design Team
Pictured at the beginning of the post two out of three Cylinder hang lamps. Above the ‘Cylinder table lamp’, minimalistic with an industrial and modern touch. In my opinion it also has a Japanese feeling I really love and makes this lamp probably my favourite from the collection designed by Klint Design Team. Made of and-pleated plastic film fitted to black stained oak with steel details.
Kolding Design School graduates Nanna Neergaard and Marie Hesseldahl joined forces as Manér Studio and has created a brand new design concept in lighting. The LE KLINT ARC collection, consisting a table lamp, floor lamp, hanging lamp and wall lamp. Inspired by the shape of the high arches in the Grundtvigs Church in Copenhagen created by architect and designer P.V. Jensen-Klint and later completed by his son Kaare Klint.
The longer I look at the different collection the harder it is to choose the last in my selection of favourite lamps by LE KLINT. I chose however the Pliverre because it is made out of milk glass making it unique within the LE KLINT collection.
Pictures via Misterdesign