Line

With a sharp sense of contemporary Functionalist style, Mogens Lassen designed the iconic Kubus candleholder in 1962, a piece once reserved solely for family and close architect colleagues. 
In 1983 he reapproached his own geometric candleholders, and the result was Line, whose shape was conceived through a mathematical formula. The two candleholders form a single line, and the architectural look fits perfectly with contemporary minimalism. Kubus and Line is still crafted in Denmark, and among architects and design connoisseurs it has acheived the status of a modern international design icon. 

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Mogens Lassen Denmark 2 years

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width height depth
10 cm 16 cm (incl. candle)

material

Metal. 

Black, white, Nickel, Copper, Brass

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Mogens Lassen

One half of the Lassen brothers, Mogens Lassen was a pioneer of Danish functionalism. His love for bold architecture and geometric shapes was inspired by the design school Bauhaus and can be seen through his signature designs such as the Kubus Candleholder.

 

Born into a family that celebrated and supported the arts, Mogens was an artist and architect, sketching and designing throughout his life. Today his designs are renewed with by Lassen, which was established by third and fourth generations of the Lassen family. Mogens’ designs are celebrated as modernist works of art and some of his design icons include the Twin Table, Frame Series and ML42 Stool.