Classic.

Light is timeless.

What makes something a classic? Something eternally relevant. Something that has withstood the test of time and will always be modern. There is a reason why the latest trend often includes antiques.

When form is re-interpreted, when established designs are put in a new context. These lighting models all have a little history – and demonstrate great style.

Classic
Marten Harmsford
Marten Harmsford

The definition of beautiful things is always a controversial matter. Especially self-definition. And for me as an artist, the definition of my own work.

Designer

I would not even describe myself as a classical artist. But what I conceive and create is largely classically inspired. When we work on designs, we always borrow from a number of eras in our heads, but clear design lines develop just the same. I try to be elegant, but always imaginative and simple at the same time. This is completely independent of fast-moving trends. But traditionally beautiful. High-quality and modest at the same time. Classic interior design art which is low-key and yet appears magnificent. My absolute artistic aspiration for my work itself is: the style should be valid for eternity.

material Story

Classic craftsmanship.

The production process is artistic and traditional at the same time: old values and new technology in one – modern production and a classic concept. In the past, glassblowing was even referred to as “from the lamp”. This started in the 17th century, when the glass rod was produced by an oil lamp with a pair of bellows. Nowadays machines which are operated with compressed air and oxygen are used – which makes a variety of shapes possible for artists.

Glass materials and decorative items were traditionally produced by hand and mouth in the past – and our lighting model “Classic” is based on this principle

Foo
Foo

Fire, sand and time.

Foo
Urban

MATERIAL STORY

Classic craftsmanship.

The production process is artistic and traditional at the same time: old values and new technology in one – modern production and a classic concept. In the past, glassblowing was even referred to as “from the lamp”. This started in the 17th century, when the glass rod was produced by an oil lamp with a pair of bellows. Nowadays machines which are operated with compressed air and oxygen are used – which makes a variety of shapes possible for artists.

Glass materials and decorative items were traditionally produced by hand and mouth in the past – and our lighting model “Classic” is based on this principle

Foo

Fire, sand and time.