The pendant PH 3 1/2 - 3 designed in 1929 by Poul Henningsen is a part of the very beautiful lamps of the "PH" family (initial of the designer) with a multi-part stretched steel shade which created a direct lighting to focus on an object or a surface and which can be used in any kind of spaces to be enlighted. (kitchen, room, dining room ..) Available in...
Bukato is a very functional sideboard, which can be customized according to your preferences. The sliding doors, available in 8 different colors, add a colorful touch to any room lacking personality. The internal layout is adjustable can be fitted with shelves and/or drawers and will easily adapt to your needs.
The Sideboard 142, designed in 1965 has a 60’s shape with rounded corners, made of solid wood and manufactured with high quality standards, its pure and clean lines are a perfect combination of the Danish Modern. Its subbtles tambour doors allow a great economy of space and its veneer wood back to seperate two spaces with elegance.
The PK 22 lounge chair is an iconic creation of the scandinavian modernist design, its has a graceful and minimalist line. It is one of the leading creation of the designer Poul Kjaerholm, its immediate comercial success and the recognition of the design field professionals,awarded by the Grand Prix of Milan Triennale's in 1957, will definitly ensure the...
Design Vilhelm Lauritzen, relaunched by Louis Poulsen in 2016 (original version of the 40s). The VL45 Radiohus pendant was designed for the construction of the Radiohuset building on Frederiksberg. Its light is homogeneous and diffuse, it can be mounted high or low.
Design Finn Juhl, 1953 : Bench / Table comes in three lengths: 112, 170 and 225 cm. Using walnut, teak, oak, Oregon pine or black linoleum with a burnished steel frame and wooden toes. The bench / table comes with matte polished brass edges. In addition, the bench is available with a foldable upholstered cushion in fabric or leather.
The simple and beautiful Finn Juhl sideboard from 1955 combines exclusive wood materials with the colors of the Goethe color wheel. The sideboard is made with white / yellow, white / light blue, oak, teak, walnut or Oregon pine sliding doors and matching trays in yellow / red or blue tones.
Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1963 The PK54 dining table is an encounter between two geometric shapes: the square and the circle. The table becomes a true sculpture through the elegance and purity of its lines. Poul Kjaerholm has also combined two materials together: the base is in satin brushed stainless steel and its top in marble or granite.