Design House Stockholm Joy Candle Lamp

Design House Stockholm Joy Candle Lamp

The Joy Candlestick is inspired by traditional Scandinavian candle making. Josefin Hagberg created this electric candelabra evoking candles leaning and supporting each other. Included in the store collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and San Francisco

  • Designed in 1960 and originally crafted in silver, this iconic candle holder has been reinterpreted in polished steel. This piece is really impressive in person as it is quite large. It's a bit difficult to find candles to fit,... Designed in 1960 and originally crafted in silver, this iconic candle holder has been reinterpreted in polished steel. This piece is really impressive in person as it is quite large. It's a bit difficult to find candles to fit, as the base size is not really standard. I suggest ordering the candles directly through Georg Jensen.

  • This floral trio candelabra speaks for itself as a piece of modern sculpture. It is designed and built by the Swedish team of Bengt & Lotta. It is the perfect scale for a dining table, mantel or windowsill. Designed and made by... This floral trio candelabra speaks for itself as a piece of modern sculpture. It is designed and built by the Swedish team of Bengt & Lotta. It is the perfect scale for a dining table, mantel or windowsill. Designed and made by Bengt & Lotta. Bengt Lindberg is well known in Sweden as a designer and illustrator, who creates new designs with roots in traditional Scandinavian folk art. His designs can be both playful and strictly graphic. In 1991 Bengt made his first moose, which has become a modern Swedish icon. Lotta Glave is an illustrator and designer. She constantly develops new ways of expressing herself. The starting point is humour and joy. The collection of abstractions, animals, angles and people are modern Swedish classics and will quickly become family treasures.