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6631-T, Table lamp, Special edition brass, Ø 285 mm, 425 mm
from 6 495,00 SEK
6580-F, Floor lamp, Ø 210 mm, 1250-1350 mm
from 8 115,00 SEK
Welcome to the luminous universe of Fritz Hansen
The Danish-based lighting company Lightyears has been part of Fritz Hansen since 2015. Working closely with internationally recognized designers and architects, Fritz Hansen Lighting develops and manufactures high-quality, modern lighting that unites tradition and innovation, continuing Fritz Hansen’sproud traditions of exquisite craftsmanship, quality, and timeless design.
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Designed by Cecilie Manz for Lightyears, 2005
Creating a simple, soft design for pendants was the main idea behind Cecilie Manz’ Caravaggio™ series.
Designed by Christian Dell, 1931
The series by Christian Dell is based on a world-patented swivel joint and reflects original Bauhaus design at its best.
Designed by Jo Hammerborg for Lightyears, 1963
The curvaceous Orient™ lamp was designed by Jo Hammerborg in 1963 and relaunched by Lightyears in 2013.
Designed by GamFratesi for Lightyears, 2016
GamFratesi's inspiration for the Suspence™ series has been translating a movement into a physical shape.
Designed by Cecilie Manz for Lightyears, 2012
The Mingus™ pendant truly reflects the style of Cecilie Manz, characterised by an edginess softened up by its simplicity.
Designed by Anne Qvist for Lightyears, 2017
Anne Qvist reveals a recognisable design expression while offering an innovative take of refined details and curved lines, designed to attract the human hand.
Designed by Nicholai Wiig Hansen for Lightyears, 2016
Nicholai Wiig Hansen's table lamp combines an effortless design with a Nordic, cosy wash of light.
Designed by Komplot Design for Lightyears, 2011
With Calabash™, the Komplot designers were inspired by the simple, harmonious form of the calabash pumpkin.
Designed by Morten Voss for Lightyears, 2014
Aeon Rocket by Morten Voss is a series of beautiful, harmonious and striking pendants lighting up any room.
Designed by ISKOS-BERLIN for Lightyears, 2015
A childhood fascination with airships inspired Iskos-Berlin to create the large oval pendant Avion™.
Designed by KiBiSi for Lightyears, 2012
The iconic incandescent bulb has been the source of inspiration for KiBiSi’s Bulb Fiction™ pendant.
Designed by Jørn Utzon for Lightyears, 2005
The shape is visually characteristic of Jørn Utzon and reminds us of his greatest work, the Sydney Opera House.
Designed by Salto & Sigsgaard for Lightyears, 2011
The Juicy™ pendant by the award winning design duo Kasper Salto & Thomas Sigsgaard is logical, simple and functional.
Designed by Monica Förster for Lightyears, 2014
Lullaby™ by Monica Förster is a series of pendants in sustainable materials that exude opalescence, lightness and grace.
Designed by Formfjord for Lightyears, 2012
With its substantial size, the Pallas™ pendant by Formfjord is made to illuminate grand spaces and architectural projects.
Designed by Hulger for Lightyears, 2013
Pharaoh gently frames and enhances the expression of the Plumen light source, ensuring a warm, dazzle-free light.
Designed by Hans Sandgren Jakobsen for Lightyears, 2005
Geometric shapes are key in the design of the Radon™ series, represented in the Danish Museum of Decorative Art.
Designed by GamFratesi, 2014
Inspired by the buttons on an original stereo amplifier from the 1980s, GamFratesi has created the Volume™ table lamp.