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The Oneline pendant lamp is a minimalistic but richly detailed LED luminaire, which marks the first collaboration between Fritz Hansen and the Danish artist Kasper Friis Kjeldgaard.

The Oneline pendant clearly refers to the work of Poul Kjærholm: pure forms shaped with uncompromising craftsmanship from noble materials. “In addition to being an object of minimalist design, Oneline is the result of continuous research into the themes of weight, friction and rotation. The result is functional, everyday light,” Kjeldgaard notes of his design.

The elegant line of light is suspended from silver colored cables to elegantly illuminate spaces. Online is available in stainless steel, brushed brass or steel with black PVD coating. Polished brass elements complete the design.

Long-lasting LED technology emits adjustable mood and task light, while a 360° rotation feature allows Online to cast light in multiple directions. Whether lighting a library, a central kitchen island, a hallway, or a home office, Online illuminates with as much elegance as ease.

“Creating something that looks simple is always the most complex thing to create. I am extremely proud to see how Oneline connects Fritz Hansen's DNA and at the same time encapsulates my own design language and my work in general. I appreciate how balance, simplicity and weight have always played a big part in my work, just like in Oneline. adds Kjeldgaard.

Dimensions 86,4 x Ø1,6 cm – wire cord 12 m
Materials brushed stainless steel,black PVD coated or untreated brass (NB: brass will patinate) – metal canopy – silver wire cable

Light source LED integrated, long life (48.000 h) – dimmable (with external DALI system) – 24,95 W – 1591 lm – 2700 k – CRI 90 – SDCM 3 – LOR 100% – A connector offers the possibility to join two lamps seamlessly
Weight 1,2 kg
Warranty 2 ans

Oneline Pendant
795 €

Black PVD

Brass

Steel

Black PVD

Brass

Steel

Kasper Friis Kjeldgaard

In the handful of years since Danish designer Kasper Kjeldgaard graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, he’s well and truly earned himself a seat at the table. In an extraordinarily short space of time, he’s been crowned Craftsman of the Year at the Danish Design Awards, received the DUKE grant from the Danish Arts Foundation and scored a permanent collection at Designmuseum Danmark.

Kjeldgaard’s work has a refined expression with a clear emphasis on craftsmanship. From permanent public or private installations to interior design objects and lightning, his work has gained international recognition and been exhibited in Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Milan. 

Kjeldgaard is occupied with certain aspects of nature – particularly gravity and friction – and he explores how design and objects can move us closer to an understanding of the nature around us. Abstract, functional yet poetic in nature, his work stems from a range of techniques and materials, blurring the boundaries between art and design.