Danish lamps

Danish lamps

Lighting designs by Birgit Oestergaard convey an unconventional view of contemporary design, where the interaction with the designer and the user is the starting point for a sculptural expression constantly changing: "Every man his lamp." The era of the world-famous Danish designer lamps began with masters such as Poul Henningsen, who designed his first table lamps in 1933 - designs which laid the foundations for the later famous PH5 pendant lamp in 1958 for Louis Poulsen Lighting. In the early 20th century, electricity became common and this technical conquest was the beginning of the lighting design boom for interior use. Ability to work after dark changed the lifestyle in Western culture with significance for the arrangement and organization of spaces

Danish design lamps

Danish design lamps by Birgit Oestergaard

Danish designer lamps by Birgit Ostergaard leaning against the Scandinavian design tradition, characterized by a particular focus on the technical qualities of light. In addition, a strong aesthetic sense, which in combination with unconventional materials create a playful and humorous design. The old masters such as Poul Henningsen, Verner Phanton, Le Klint, among many others have devoted their lives to this important area of Danish design history and became icons in their field. The same deep commitment expressed in Birgit Oestergaard studies of sculptural lamp design and its general use in modern interior design