Sober, authentic and certainly functional, Scandinavian style never ceases to seduce with its exceptional characteristics. At Andtradition, the designers have decided to focus all their creations on this famous Nordic design. A choice that earned them the Good Design Award in 2001. The Danish brand's luminaires are distinguished by their blend of natural materials and colourful notes that make these lighting fixtures real decorative elements. The brand's mission is to offer designer lamps that will bring maximum light into every room for an even warmer interior.
In order to highlight the refined and refined side of Scandinavian design, Andtradition first of all insists on the shapes of its lighting supports. The materials are reshaped and redefined in full respect of the rules of art. The designers then select the most appropriate colours to dress each lighting support. As far as light is concerned, the most advanced technologies have been adopted. The power of the lighting can be adjusted according to the tastes and desires of each person.
It is this attention to detail that has allowed the Danish brand to create wall lights with a distinctly Nordic style, as can be seen in the pieces of the Formakami collection. The lamps are topped with a beautiful rice paper lampshade. The designers were inspired by the famous Asian lanterns to create these original pieces of equipment that will certainly find their place in contemporary living rooms or lounges. The supports are also available in many shapes and colours. The idea is to help consumers find the perfect element for their interior design.
For those looking for something even more original, Scandinavian designer lights by the famous designer Jaime Hayon are highly recommended. The lamps are characterised by their modern shape and very elegant colour. These beautiful and versatile pieces with a decorative look will satisfy the most demanding customers.
It is often said that Scandinavian design is a timeless style. Andtradition has also taken the trouble to highlight this very special feature of the Nordic theme. To do this, designers apply manufacturing techniques that allow them to work materials to their limits. The creative processes combine traditional practices with modern methods. This approach results in the very aesthetic side of each of the Danish brand's creations.
Consumers can easily see this in the Scandinavian desk lamps designed by architect Arne Jacobsen. They look like works of art with their structure made of a mixture of materials and their beautiful, graceful lines. And what about the hanging lamps from the great Space Copenhagen? Except that they show real craftsmanship and artistic inspiration. The designers were able to combine the industrial aspect with the elegant Nordic style for a timeless look.