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PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC

PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC
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PARTS: holmegaard | design with light hook - LC

Dimensions: 14cm
Material: stainless steel | cork

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The stainless steel peg with cork sleeve matches the hanging pot which is part of Maria Berntsen’s Design with Light range. The combination of stainless steel and cork is entirely in keeping with the contemporary trend of combining an austere look with a natural look in home interiors. Complementing the hanging pot in the same range, styled in hand-blown glass with full grain leather straps, the peg represents a stylish Scandinavian touch for your home. Hang the peg and a hanging pot in the corner of the living room and let these beautiful, natural materials be your wall art in that room. You can use the peg on its own, too, e.g. for hanging a tea towel in the kitchen, or as a peg in the hallway.


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The history of Holmegaard glassworks began in 1823, when Count Christian Danneskiold-Samsøe sought permission from the King of Denmark to establish a glassworks at Holmegaard Mose. However, the Count died in 1823 without receiving an answer to his request. His dowager, Countess Henriette Danneskiold-Samsøe, decided to pursue the project when, shortly after the death of her husband, she received permission from the King to establish a glassworks. The factory was to be located in the bog because there was sufficient fuel there to produce the high temperatures needed for the glass kiln.
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Before opening her own studio in 1992, industrial designer Maria Berntsen, studied at the Academy of Art in Copenhagen and L’Ecole d’Architecture de Bordeaux. Maria takes a great deal of inspiration from architecture, nature and fashion. Working with a variety of materials, she loves working with glass the most.

”When I approach a new project, I start by looking for its nerve, its spirit. A beginning. It is like stepping into a special space where your heart can speak. A place where everything is possible, and I am able to look at everything with a new energy and without prejudice or preconception. I visualize how the product will be used and the presence it has in a room – and based on this feeling, I start to think in form and function” – Maria Bernsten.
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