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Lyngby Porcelæn

HANDMADE DESIGN
SINCE 1936

    The Lyngby Porcelæn story

    LINES TO PERFECTION.

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    Stilleben/Reckweg & Nordentoft
    Stilleben/Reckweg & Nordentoft

    Timeless design, functionality and excellent craftsmanship.

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    A NEW CLASSIC IS BORN

    Production of
    the Curve vase

    The Curve vase is designed with a clear reference to the classic Lyngby vase, but with a softer design and elegant contrasts in the porcelain that give it a completely unique character. The curved grooves have a matt surface and are finished off with a smooth, glossy collar – a design that requires a lot of work.
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    Classic and colourful

    Rhombe Color

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    Lyngby Porcelæn– handmade design since 1936

    The story behind
    Lyngby Porcelæn

    The Danish porcelain manufacturer – Lyngby Porcelæn was founded in Kongens Lyngby in Denmark in 1936 with the aim of producing porcelain tableware, vases and other decorative art of high-quality craftsmanship.

    Until the 1920s, ornamentation and decoration dominated designs. The focus was more on how the porcelain was decorated, rather than the shape of the porcelain. But this changed over time, strongly influenced by the functionalist Bauhaus movement in Germany, and soon form and functionality became the preferred focal point instead of decorative elements.
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    Meet Lyngby Porcelæn’s designers

    STILLEBEN/RECKWEG & NORDENTOFT

    STILLEBEN/RECKWEG & NORDENTOFT

    The design duo Stilleben – Ditte Reckweg & Jelena Schou Nordentoft – belong to a new generation of designers who respect tradition, but also possess the boldness it takes to innovate.
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    Esben Klint

    Esben Klint is a Danish designer and architect who, in addition to his extensive education at the Technical College in Copenhagen and the Academy of Fine Arts, and at several of the leading architects of the time, was also to a very great extent educated by his father, Kaare Klint.
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    Philip Bro Ludvigsen

    Philip Bro Ludvigsen graduated as an industrial designer at the School of Decorative Art in 1989 and has taught at the Danish Design School and the National Institute of Design in India.
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    Production of the Lyngby vase

    OLD CRAFTSMANSHIP ART
    MEETS MODERN DESIGN

    When the Lyngby vase is being produced, its production methods literally require heart and soul. Most of the elements are performed by hand, thereforeby giving each vase a unique story.
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