The Sletterhage lighting collection is named after an iconic Danish lighthouse. For decades, the Sletterhage lighthouse has lit up the region, helping fishermen, locals and tourists navigate the beautiful Helgenæs Cape, located exactly in the middle of Denmark. Inspired by the lighthouse's many industrial elements, the design features striped glass in a transparent construction. By using the same glass components in different ways, Danish designer Laura Bilde has created a family of very similar lamps.
Light source G9 bulb max 5W Dimension 20,8 x 20,8 x H11,2 cm
Material aluminum and fluted glass
U12 with clear cord
U12 - without cord
Laura Bilde is a Danish freelance designer. Born in 1990, she is now based in Copenhagen, where she runs her studio and works on design projects in the fields of furniture, textiles, objects and lighting. She received the Young Designer of the Year award at the 2016 Danish Design Awards. She has already made a name for herself in the design world, with her Studio Lamp for HANDVÄRK and her KANSO tray table.
With her mastery of concept, materiality and form, Laura works on both products and interior design. She is motivated by tactility, curiosity and design that can be experienced on both a physical and emotional level. People and their everyday needs are a source of inspiration for this young designer, as evidenced by her multifunctional creations. Her creations are often distinguished by the use of contrasting materials and textures, as well as by a distinctive minimalist expression. The simplicity of her finished pieces belies the work that went into them. Aesthetics and functionality are combined in the architectural directness and simplicity of his creations.