Kastholm & Fabricius were Danish architects whose work influenced the signature aesthetics of Danish Modernism. Kastholm added his experience as a blacksmith combined with Fabricus’ training as a cabinetmaker to create distinctively sculptural pieces appealing to an international audience.
&Tradition relaunch their iconic P376 pendant lamp. Made of five concentric shades placed underneath one another, the pendant emit a soft and diffused light.
Dimensions KF1 Ø47,5 x H19 cm, 4m fabric cord – KF2 Ø70 x H28 cm, 6m fabric cord
Light source 1 x E27 Material metal
P376 - KF1 – Aluminium
P376 - KF2 – Aluminium
P376 - KF1 – Matt white
P376 - KF2 – Matt white
Kastholm & Fabricius
Preben Juhl Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jørgen Kastholm (1931-2007) first met at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1955. Kastholm’s experience as a blacksmith combined with Fabricius’s training as a cabinetmaker led to the creation of distinctively sculptural pieces that appealed to an international audience.
Their eight-year-long partnership was founded on the principles of perfection, aesthetics and minimisation and resulted in some of Danish Modernism’s most iconic design objects.