Light has always meant a lot to me - the northern lights in an ice cold sky above a snow-capped mountain, the spring sunlight, that twinkles in between a forest of freshly blossoming beech trees, the glare on the surface of the sea, seen from a kayak perspective and that perfect functional light from a handmade designer lamp.
Le Klint has been around since the beginning of the 20th century starting with architect and master of engineering P.V. Jensen-Klint. From there they have evolutionized the lighting game to what you can in the images in this post. Something about them just sends off a feel good vibe and they're totally not your ordinary lamp. The aesthetics are something that always pull you in and sets the tone of whatever room they are in.
One of my favorite lines in their history is that they, "embrace the ingenuity of talented young designers who make a design statement that is cohesive with our DNA. This is why the history of LE KLINT is not just another story of a business but a story of drive and determination that keeps LE KLINT current and even ahead of the constant changes in trends."
In all areas of work trends area always changing and we are forced to adapt to every situation thrown our way. I think it's safe to say the team over at LE KLINT is nailing it.
Check out their site and read up more on their history by clicking HERE or the button below. Their designs are an inspiration.
Taz al Ghul
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