Designed in 1969, VP Globe is one of Verner Panton’s most recognisable designs featuring an arrangement of shades inside a transparent globe transforming a luminaire into a floating sculpture. The VP Globe Lamps are carefully assembled by hand in Verpan’s workshops in Denmark. Each of them comes with a signed and dated certificate after an exhaustive quality control.
The most admired of Poul Henningsen's Lamps, The Artichoke is turning 60 in 2018 and it remains a timeless design classic. Its 72 individually handmade leaves are carefully mounted by Louis Poulsen's skilled crafts people. It's one of Skandium's most beloved Scandinavian Design icons.
Fritz Hansen's new N01 Chair, designed by Nendo is a remarkable example of Japanese and Danish Furniture Design. The minimal dining chair hides a complex crafted construction which requires its 23 pieces to be assembled by hand in Denmark in a meticulous, puzzle-like, precision exercise.
The handwoven Ply Rug by Muuto designed by Margrethe Odgaard, one of the leading figures in New Scandinavian Design, combines several different colour strands in one thread just as the different layers of wood in plywood.