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Louis Poulsen, Danish Design Lighting
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

Inspired by the shape of the shade of the AJ lamp designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1957, the design duo GamFratesi, one of the most creative of the moment, have designed the Yuh collection of lamps, whose name is the phonetic translation of the English word you. In choosing this name, GamFratesi wanted to emphasise the personal and personal dimension of the Yuh luminaire, which is simple and easy to use.

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

Β The shade swivels horizontally and vertically, while an extremely discreet dimmer button is located at the top of the shaft. Like Jacobsen's AJ, the Yuh lamp is available as a table lamp, wall lamp and floor lamp, perfectly in keeping with Louis Poulsen's historic heritage.Β 

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

The light source consists of a latest-generation LED plate, which is extremely energy-efficient, comfortable for the eyes and extremely durable (several decades in normal use).

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

Materials aluminium, marble

Light source LED board with dimmer, 2700K (warm light)

Yuh Table lamps

Dimensions Ø20 x H61 cm

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

White

Black

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

White / Brass + Marble

Black / Brass + Marble

Yuh Wall lamps

Dimensions D29,6 x H62,6 cm

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

White

Black

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

White / Brass

Black / Brass

Yuh Floor lamps

Dimensions D24 x H140 cm

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

White

Black

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

White / Brass + Marble

Black / Brass + Marble

YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi
YUH Louis Poulsen – GamFratesi

GamFratesi

GamFratesi

Born in Copenhagen (Denmark) in 1975, Stine Gam holds a degree in architecture and a master's degree in Furniture Design. Enrico Fratesi is an Italian born in 1978. After studying architecture, he obtained a master's degree in Industrial Design.Β 

Gam and Fratesi gained experience in several architectural firms in Japan and Scandinavia before opening their own design studio in 2006. Their firm is based in Copenhagen, although Gam and Fratesi are constantly on the move between Italy and Denmark for the development and the research of new projects.Β 

The language of GamFratesi develops as a fusion between tradition and renewal, in an experimental approach on materials and techniques. With their dual tradition, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi design on the basis of classic Danish classic craft-based furniture, incorporating an Italian approach to the typically conceptual project. The results are projects that reflect tradition while incorporating stories, symbols and associations, often expressed through minimalist language. GamFratesi aims to create products that clearly illustrate the process and techniques that created it, reflecting a persistent exploration of the line between harmony and discord.Β 

GamFratesi has received important awards: Elle Decoration International (EDIDA) design award as International Young Designer of the Year 2013, Guest of Honor Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2014, SΓ©lection Compas en Or / ADI, Nomination Best Designer Icon Design Award 2014, Prix Vico Magistretti by De Padova, Good Design Award by Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture, Best Danish Designer 2012 by Bolig Magasin, 'Walk the Plank award 2009’ and Best Danish designer 2009 by RUM.Β 

Their work has been presented in numerous exhibitions, at the Milan Triennale, the Museum of Art and Design in Copenhagen, the Trapholt Kolding Art Museum, the Litta Palace, Shanghai and as part of Mindcraft group exhibitions in Milan, at the Danish Embassy in Tokyo, and in the design category at the Miami Art Basel.Β