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Arne Jacobsen champagne cooler
STEEL

£ 159

Arne Jacobsen kaffekande
1,5 L

£ 229

Arne Jacobsen press coffee maker
1 L

£ 149

Arne Jacobsen Tea pot
1,25 L

£ 229

Arne Jacobsen Creamer
STEEL

£ 44.95

Arne Jacobsen Sugar bowl
STEEL

£ 49.95

Arne Jacobsen Serving Tray
33,5 CM

£ 109

Arne Jacobsen Jug with icelip
2 L

£ 129

Arne Jacobsen cocktail shaker
0,75 L

£ 129

Arne Jacobsen Martini Mixer
1 L

£ 79.95

Arne Jacobsen ice bucket
2,5 L

£ 239

Arne Jacobsen ice bucket
1 L

£ 199

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Arne Jacobsen Ice tongs
STEELE

£ 29.95

Arne Jacobsen Coasters (6 pcs.)
STEEL

£ 54.95

Arne Jacobsen Revolving Ashtray
LARGE

£ 79.95

Arne Jacobsen Revolving Ashtray
SMALL

£ 64.95

Arne Jacobsen Salt mill
STEEL

£ 64.95

Arne Jacobsen Peper mill
STEEL

£ 64.95

Arne Jacobsen Salt & Pepper set
Steele

£ 49.95

Arne Jacobsen Salad servers
STEEL

£ 59.95

Arne Jacobsen Salad bowl
STEEL

£ 199

Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) is one of the most acknowledged Danish architects and designers worldwide. With an astounding curiosity, originality and creativity Arne Jacobsen played an important role in modernism and the Danish design history and present-day designers are still highly influenced by his works.
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Cylinda-line 50th Anniversary Edition

The 50th anniversary of Cylinda-line is being celebrated with the launch of the well-known seamless, cylindrical forms made from stainless steel and handles made from Bakelite in a 50th anniversary limited edition featuring beautifully coloured enamel.
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Peter Holmblad tried repeatedly to convince Arne Jacobsen to develop something new for Stelton, but he succeeded only when he showed his stepfather some drawings of his own ideas. Arne Jacobsen found his son in law’s sketches so hopeless that he finally relented. The goal of their joint project was to create a series of products that would include tea and coffee services as well as bowls, ice buckets and pitchers for the dining table and bar. Everything was to be made from stainless steel. And, according to Peter Holmblad, all pieces should be cylindrical so that they could be cut from standard pipe sections.

Arne Jacobsen’s interpretation of the design brief proved to be difficult to produce and three years would pass before Stelton launched its new products under the Cylinda Line name. The products created an immediate sensation as an innovation within their category. Pure, cylindrical forms and the novel use of plastic for the specially designed handles were common features across the line. The resulting simplicity, along with the soft finish of the lightly brushed stainless steel, stood in beautiful contrast to the polished curves that otherwise dominated the market at the time. Arne Jacobsen hoped that Cylinda Line products would enrich the lives of average consumers with industrial design that was functional and affordable. Cylinda Line won the Danish Design Council’s ID Prize in 1967. Cylinda-line is the heart of Stelton’s design DNA. Cylindrical design has become a timeless classic. Iconic and minimalistic.


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