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by Lassen

by Lassen founder and designer, Soren Lassen, shares Mogens Lassen's nerdy approach to mathematical equations, graphic lines, and minimalist expressions. It is enjoyed when the stringent, square profiles meet the rounded curves. Penchant for Danish craftsmanship has also been handed down. In fact, it is Soren Lassen's factory in Holstebro, which since the beginning of the 1990s has produced the collection, in order to maintain the high quality.

With an almost living surface, Kubus in browned copper brings with it a special characteristic. It takes us back to where it all started - for the first original Kubus candlesticks made by Mogens Lassen. These were made in browned copper in the 1960s. Architect Mogens Lassen was ahead of his time when he designed the Kubus stanchion in 1962. This was as a reaction to all the crumbly and over-decorated in the home of the day. Back then, Kubus was exclusively reserved for close friends.

Welcome to by Lassen and the Danish design universe.

This site will convey by Lassen's vision of design and give you access to Danish design products that have been developed over generations. Visit the by Lassen's store if you want to read more about or buy the by Lassen products. Also, explore the unique and exciting story of the Danish brand and learn how it all came to the world and how the company has evolved.

You can also visit the inspiration page which contains design - as well as interior design inspiration for those who want to see how by Lassen's products are best expressed. Here you will also find catalogs with assortment and news from by Lassen.

The Tired Man

Is designed to the Cabinetmaker's Furniture Exhibition in 1935.

The Tired Man from by Lassen is characterized by organic, tanned forms. As then, which now awakens it with its curved shape and bulky armrests. Sitting in the chair should, with Flemming Lassen's own words, be "as warm and safe as a polar bear kid in the embrace of his mother in the middle of the ice cap".


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