The new lamps series, ARC, is designed by Nanna Neergaard and Marie Hesseldahl from Manér Studio. The result is an elegangt urban chic designer lighting collection with a simple yet understated sophistication that incorporates the vast curves and ceiling arches as a reference to LE KLINT's traditional pleating techniques.
ARC is a unique modern collection inspired by the imposing architecture and the industrial beauty and ingenuity of the regal interior of The Grundtvig Church in Copenhagen created by main architect and designer P.V. Jensen-Klint.
The designers have added a modern twist by combining the white pleated shades with black coloured oak elements. The ARC shades are made from the same material as the hand pleated shades and a visible band in veneer holds the two identical shades together. Encompassing the right amount of finesse and functionality to represent the lighting journey of LE KLINT, the ARC collection is the perfect series to kick-start our 75th anniversary year.
Nanna Neergaard and Marie Hesseldahl explain about their inspiration and thoughts: "We wanted to work with the heritage of LE KLINT and introduce a new feature to the old technique to attract a new and young audience. We love the way the pleated shades of a LE KLINT lamp breaks the light bringing a both diffused and consentrated light to a room and we wanted to give our design a reinterpretation of the classic pleated lamp shade but with a doubly curved and soft shape," they explain.
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Model 188S white/shade/black coloured oak, foil
- Size Description
Dimensions: H 32 cm, W 19 cm, Dia. 11 cm
Kolding Design School graduates Nanna Neergaard and Marie Hesseldahl have joined forces as Manér Studio which is based in Copenhagen. Both designers work with product and interior design. Their passion is to to create valuable products combined with aesthetic and functional designs. "When we are working with a new design, we often start with stories or traditions that relate to the brand we are working with. It is crucial to us that there is a degree of recognition when people meet the final product," explains Manér Studio.