A single cut along the edge of the rim of the Tray Table acts as a handle. The rim is held together by a narrow piece of smoked oak wedged vertically into the rim’s center.
Originally designed in 1970, Hans J. Wegner’s tray table with collapsible base is being reintroduced by Carl Hansen & Son. Like the original, the round, oak-edged, reversible tray is available with black and white laminate surfaces, but now is also available in a version with oak and smoked oak surfaces.
Close-up of ‘The Pendant’ by Hans J. Wegner
Exactly half a century after its creation in 1962, this iconic ‘The Pendant’ lamp by the late, much-praised Danish architect and designer Hans J. Wegner has recently been reissued by one of Denmark’s oldest producers of fine furniture, Carl Hansen & Søn. Featuring a distinctive, integrated handle, the elegant, height-adjustable lamp is available in three colour variations: white shade with metal handle, black shade with metal handle or brushed aluminium with black handle. (more…)
Opala pendant and mini pendant light (L039 and L038)
When Hans J. Wegner designed his futuristic Opala-series in the seventies for Hotel Scandinavia in Copenhagen, he also drew a smaller version of the Opala pendant light. For technical reasons it was impossible to manufacture this mini version to the Wegner standards for good lighting. Impossible until recently, when the Danish manufacturer Pandul developed a solution which the former manufacturer never succeeded in finding. Together with a reedition of the floor, table and bed side lamp the Opala mini pendant light is finally on the market.
'Opala' floor lamp by Hans J. Wegner
All types of the ‘Opala’ lamps are now available in two sizes. The shade is manufactured in impact resistent opal high gloss acrylic, the top in wet painted aluminium in two colour variations – black and white. The stand is made in high gloss chrome and the base in wet painted solid steel, also in white and black.
Opala, table and bed side lamp
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