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Set of Two Space Age pendant lamps made in Denmark
Set of Two Space Age pendant lamps made in Denmark
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Set of two Space Age pendant lamps made in Denmark, in the late 1960s. The set is in a very good shape, with only small age-related traces. The set is representative for both the Scandinavian Modern and Space Race aesthetics and could be accommodated in any contemporary home.
Beautiful Space Age table lamp made in Germany, in the mid 20th century. The base of the lamp, resembling the fins of a rocket are made of beige plastic. The lightshade, made of dark brown bakelite also features an aerodynamic shape. Made in the 1960s, this is a representative piece fort the aesthetics of the Space Race era.
The Space Age is a time period encompassing the activities related to the Space Race, space exploration, space technology, and the cultural developments influenced by these events. The Space Age is generally considered to have begun with Sputnik (1957). During the 1950s, architecture, furniture, interior design, cars, and gadget design took on a curiously spaceflight-inspired aesthetic.
Beautiful, minimalist table (desk) lamp made by Pfaffle Leucheten-Schwenningen in Germany, in the 1950s. This sober, geometric piece is distinguished by the elegance and rigor specific to German designers and makers. The lamp features nice sculptural lines through the double adjustable arm on a rectangular, discrete base.
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Frandsen Lighting A/S has been designing, producing and marketing lamps since 1968. This means that we now have extensive knowledge and expertise within all stages of production.
We have a clear vision which forms the basis of our entire product range and all our customer relations:
“Frandsen Lighting A/S develops and sells design products within lighting for people who consider taste more important than price”. It is important for us to design lamps in beautiful materials, and to make sure that our products are signalling quality and taste.
All our lamps will, each in their own way, contribute to creating the setting for a home.
At Frandsen Lighting A/S we are focussing on design and product development.
The company Lyskilde is established in Brædstrup, central Denmark. Their sole production is lampshades.
Benny Frandsen establishes Frandsen Belysning in the basement of his private residence.
The only staff beside Benny are two boys who help him after school. Benny starts out with a study debt of 25,000 kroner.
He begins by designing square lamps as well as the iconic BALL lamp series, initially as a wall lamp model. BALL pendant, table and standard lamps are subsequently launched.
Benny Frandsen wins first prize for best design among hundreds of exhibitors at the LIGHTSHOW exhibition in London.
The award is given for the “Black or White” halogen lamp series.
Lyskilde (in Brædstrup) is acquired by the Friis furniture company.
Benny Frandsen wins first prize for the second consecutive year for best design at the LIGHTSHOW exhibition in London.
The award is given for the 3-Line series.
Frandsen Belysning is sold to the Friis furniture company. Frandsen Belysning merges with Lyskilde under the name Frandsen/Lyskilde A/S.
The Frandsen Project department is created. The purpose is to cater to hotels, restaurants, retail etc. The first giant lampshade with a diameter of 2 metres is produced.
An extensive range of ceramic lamps in fashionable colours is launched.
This year, 600,000 lampshades are produced for IKEA.
Benny Frandsen buys back Frandsen/Lyskilde A/S.
The company is particularly strong in the areas of home lighting, lampshades and technical lighting.
Benny Frandsen wins the Formland Design Prize for the Flyer series (halogen lighting).
The Formland Prize is awarded to Frandsen/Lyskilde for the intelligent mounting system developed specifically for glass lamps.
Launch of a new shop-in-shop concept in Idé Møbler furniture stores.
Frandsen/Lyskilde changes their name to Frandsen Lighting A/S.
Frandsen Lighting A/S establishes a collaboration with Verpan on the production of the VP Globe and Fun series designed by Verner Panton.
DNC Holding (Director of Sales Dorte Nørgaard) and Buhr Invest (Johannes Poulsen) step in as shareholders and join Frandsen/Lyskilde.
Frandsen Lighting A/S acquires Verpan.
The Group now comprises Frandsen Lighting A/S, Frandsen Project and Verpan. The name is now FRANDSEN GROUP.
FRANDSEN GROUP moves to new headquarters – 6,000 square metres in Horsens, central Denmark – built for the sum of 43 million kroner.
Private label production sees significant growth in Danish and international furniture chains, especially BoConcept, Bolia, Idé Møbler and ILVA.
VERPAN expands its product range to include furniture and rugs designed by Verner Panton.
FRANDSEN GROUP expands its warehouse with an additional 1,600 square metres, making the total 7,600 square metres
Exquisite nesting tables set consisting of three tables with teak legs and wood veneer top. Made in Norway in the late 1960s, the set is in very good condition and has no visible damages. The legs – with a slightly conical shape – are removable (wood thread). The dimensions and specifications are external and related to the biggest table.
Beautiful daybed made in Norway, at Swan Mobler, in the 1960s. The legs and structure are made of solid teak. The bed features an end table finished with teak veneer, teak is finished veneer. At the opposite end, an extension allows you to re-position the cushions. Both the mattress and pillows were the original upholstery. The bed presents only small signs of wear. This is a special piece, characterized by simplicity and minimalism. Due to its non-intrusive aspect, this daybed can be accommodated in room and can become your favorite reading place.
Small cabinet made by Ganddal Møbelfabrikk (Norway) in the late 1940s or early 1950s. Still displaying some Art Deco style elements (clean and sober geometric lines), this piece also announce (with its flared legs, its curved edges and its overall minimalist) the triumph of Nordic design. The two top drawers are closing perfectly, creating the impression of a massive counter-top. Behind, the plywood has a small hole in for power cables (bottom right). The surfaces, lacquered, have a special luster. This piece was recently restored and is in a very good shape.
Elegant gray desk lamp made in Germany. This piece was designed in the 1950s. Its outline is characteristic for the German Mid-Century design and for the sobriety that defines those products made in the first years after the end of World War II. With a large and spectacular shade, this lamp is a piece that can provide a unique personality to any office. With only small age-related traces, this desk light is in a very good vintage condition.