stelton | arne jacobsen cylinda line | ice bucket small

Arne Jacobsen for Stelton SKU: STEL05-1
stelton | arne jacobsen cylinda line | ice bucket small

stelton | arne jacobsen cylinda line | ice bucket small

Arne Jacobsen for Stelton SKU: STEL05-1

Dimensions: diameter 13cm x 11cm | 1 litre
Material: stainless steel

Regular price $575.00

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The Arne Jacobsen ice bucket with lid is strikingly elegant in an attractive, minimalistic design. The ice bucket is made of double-walled stainless steel which isolates and it comes in two sizes with a capacity of 1 l and 2.5 l. Complete the look with the Arne Jacobsen ice tongs in the same timeless and iconic design of the Cylinda-line series.

Stelton launched this ground-breaking series as Cylinda-Line.

The simplicity of cylindrical shapes and specially designed plastic handles characterised the line which, along with its brushed steel surfaces, stood in striking contrast to the highly polished curves of its day. Cylinda-Line was awarded the ID Prize in 1967.

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Stelton is an innovative Danish design house, founded in 1960. It is our ambition to create timeless and functional design, which makes everyday life more beautiful. Design, which is sustainable because it stands the test of time aesthetically and quality-wise, so it can be cherished for years and passed on to future generations.
Stelton’s design families and many product lines are the result of fruitful collaborations with international designers and architects. Collaborations which have often been awarded with design prices like Red Dot, German Design Award and the ID price.
Iconic designs like Arne Jacobsen’s Cylinda-line and Erik Magnussen’s EM77 vacuum jug are the basis of Stelton’s DNA, and the durable, functional products are present in homes and offices all over the world. 

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Arne Jacobsen (11 Feb. 1902 - 24 March 1971) is one of the most influential Danish architects and designers of the 20th century. He graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen, where he was also a professor of architecture for a long period.

Arne Jacobsen put his modernist stamp on architecture and design for more than 50 years - not only in Denmark but also internationally. His output was enormous, originating in a philosophy of creating total concepts, where everything was thoroughly designed, with a common thread between the building, the furniture and other interior decor. This philosophy is evident in the Royal Hotel (1960) and Danmarks Nationalbank (the Danish central bank) (1971), for instance. He was the ambitious individual who refused to compromise on quality and very much challenged his partners and manufacturers to create unique products. Arne Jacobsen's productions are more relevant than ever - and have enjoyed a strong revival over the last 20 years. He embodies the balancing act of elite creator and household name.

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