AJ Cutlery (Georg Jensen) Arne Jacobsen's cutlery was revolutionary in 1957. With extremely simple and bold lines, it was anything unlike that existed at that time. His Functionalist approach went on to dominate much of design in subsequent years. In production for over fifty years it still retains a strong sense of contemporary stylishness.These pieces raise daily rituals to an level of fine art. www.designhus.be
AJ table lamp by Arne Jacobsen from louis Poulsen, Panton cube by verner Panton from Montana, Series 7 childrens chair by Arne Jacobsen from Fritz Hansen and Kubus candle holder by Mogens Lassen from by Lassen
Kastehelmi Votives (Iittala) The Finnish word “kastehelmi” means “dewdrop,” which refers to the rings of small glass beads that give each piece in the Iittala Kastehelmi collection its distinct character. Originally designed by Oiva Toikka in 1964. The idea of using droplets of glass as decoration came to Oiva Toikka when he was thinking of ways to hide the joint marks left by the production process.