When the Lyngbyvase was first launched in the late 1930s, the oblong, grooved shapes and the elegant simplicity was something completely new. The unique aesthetic was strongly influenced by the Bauhaus movement, focussing on form and functionality – not lavish decor.
Last year they launched LP Fitting #01. An elegant porcelain socket inspired by the classic grooves of the Lyngbyvase. Danish designer Philip Bro Ludvigsen created a clean and classic aesthetic that is well suited for both kitchens, living rooms or hallways.
As a part of their SS16 collection they expand the line up of porcelain fittings with yet another shape – #02. Just like #01 this fitting is made of white porcelain, mounted on a white cord of silicone and fabric. Find your favourite Fitting and hang it as a single piece or blend different fittings on various cord lengths to create a sculptural piece that will decorate your house – both when it’s lid and not. I can think of many places to hang these beautiful and simple lamps in my apartment!
Photo by Lyngby Porcelain