Specially designed objects add an extra dimension to architecture. Our industrial design combines function and aesthetics with a focus on architecture.
When design becomes part of the architecture
Design and architecture go hand in hand. Often, our industrial designs come about in the context of a specific project because we need a design element that complements the architecture both aesthetically and functionally.
As architects, we are used to looking at both the detail and the whole. This enables us to create design objectswho contribute to the site in both small and large ways.
A lamp that complements the architecture functionally and aesthetically
Good lighting conditions are an extremely important parameter in creating a good indoor climate and working environment. The lamp LP Circle is an example of a design object developed for the design of Ørestad School, but which has since been integrated into several other projects and is marketed by Louis Poulsen.