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Fringe

Table lamp (for LED) Hans-Agne Jakobsson, 1960
SEK 5 149,00
Cream white
Fringe
Designer Hans-Agne Jakobsson
Material: Brass plated steel/Viscose
Switch: On shade
Cord length: 2,5 m
Cord Colour: Warm white textile
Design year: 1960
Assembly guide: Fringe
Dimensions in cm: L20 x D26 x H61
Colour: Cream white
Light source: E27 max 15W LED only
Energy: A++-A
Voltage: 220-240V
Shade dimensions in cm: Ø20
Energy label: Fringe energy label
Collection: Classic Collection
Fringe table lamp illustration
Fringe
An iconic table lamp with sophisticated fringes, created in 1960 by the acclaimed Swedish lighting genius, Hans-Agne Jakobsson, and now finally available for all those design lovers who were unsuccessful at auctions. Fringe is a timeless design statement, constructed to create warm, cosy lighting by means of the fringes that conceal the light source beautifully. This exclusive table lamp is the epitome of the Warm Nordic lifestyle. Its soft light and graceful appearance will make any home feel cosier. At once elegant and seductive, it is ideal for a chest of drawers in the bedroom or on a console table in the living room. The Fringe table lamp evokes the interiors of the past, but in a simplified design with an eye for contrasts and exclusive materials. Polished brass is combined with tactile fringes, which fall elegantly in several layers like a flowing skirt. It is a stunning, stylish detail that helped make the Fringe lamp a design icon. The table lamp uses LED light, which has low heat generation and a long service life.
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Designer
Hans-Agne Jakobsson
The great Swedish designer, Hans-Agne Jakobsson(1919-2009) was attracted by light. Starting in the 1950s and for more than 30 years he created original lamps that revolutionised Swedish lighting design. With a background in cabinet making and the world of architecture, shaping light with the use of materials and colours came naturally to him. Hans-Agne Jakobsson’s signature is a soft, warm, subdued light that is extremely pleasing to the eye.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson