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Brand Spotlight: &Tradition

&Tradition, a Copenhagen-based firm, embraces the tenets of Nordic and Scandinavian design in its collection of modern lighting, furniture and accessories. Boasting with new contemporary designs and prominent reproductions from design icons, &Tradition has elevated itself to become a major name in the decorative lighting design community all over the world.

About &Tradition

The company was started in 2008 by Martin Kornbek Hansen and Nadja Kornbek Hansen as a way to bridge the divide between the values of modern design and the qualities of classic Nordic design. Today, the couple produces designs from newer, up-and-coming designers like Sofie Refer and Benjamin Hubert, as well as reproducing classic Scandinavian pieces from Verner Panton and Arne Jacobsen.

Take a look at five of our favorite pieces from the &Tradition lighting collection below.

Bulb Pendant & Mega Bulb Pendant by Sofie Refer

&Tradition Mega Bulb Pendant
Sofie Refer’s Bulb Pendant for &Tradition is a best seller at Lumens and has helped the company gain recognition. Everything about the &Tradition Bulb Pendant is transparent, from the lamp shade to the light bulb itself, allowing people to see electricity in action. It is the recipient of multiple design awards and is also offered in a mega version for larger spaces.

Bellevue Lamps by Arne Jacobsen

&Tradition Bellevue Table Lamp &Tradition Bellevue Floor Lamp

The name Arne Jacobsen is almost synonymous with Scandinavian design and it is easy to see in his Bellevue lamps from &Tradition. Originally designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1929 (one of his first designs), the Bellevue collection is reproduced today by &Tradition and offered as the Bellevue AJ3 Table Lamp and the Bellevue AJ2 Floor Lamp. Both lamps are available in Black or White and fit well in any contemporary space.

&Tradition Marble Floor Lamp

Marble Floor Lamp by Studio Vit

Denmark’s Studio Vit introduced the Marble Floor Lamp for &Tradition in 2014 as part of the Marble Lights collection that also includes multiple variations of pendant lighting and a table lamp.

The floor lamp in this stunning Danish collection features a mouth-blown borosilicate glass orb that is housed by a White Italian Carrara marble socket and is supported by a marble base. Its white cord reaches out from the base and hangs from a hook attached to the ceiling, reinventing the idea of a typical floor lamp.

Spinning Pendant Lamp by Benjamin Hubert

&Tradition Spinning Pendant
Designed by Benjamin Hubert, the &Tradition Spinning Pendant Lamp is a contemporary ceiling light that was inspired by a spinning-top toy. This pendant design demonstrates &Tradition’s affection for newer, modern design and is similar to other contemporary light fixtures from Benjamin Hubert. The Spinning Pendant is offered in a small and large option, as well as Black, Matte Grey or White finishes.

FlowerPot Pendant by Verner Panton

Verner Panton FlowerPot Pendant &Tradition FlowerPot Pendant

Verner Panton’s FlowerPot Pendant is a classic design from 1969 that is now made available from &Tradition. This peaceful, statement-making pendant was named after the Flower Power movement of the 1960s and is seen as a protest against boring lighting design. It features a lacquered steel shade with an inner bulb that provides ample downlighting. It’s available in a variety of friendly finishes including Green, Orange, Red, Yellow and Turquoise. If you love its shape and style, it’s also offered in a table lamp version you will want to check out.

Other Great Options

Be sure to follow @AndTradition on social media for the latest news and products from the company. And if you are a fan of this design style that emphasizes craftsmanship, simplicity and functionality, you will want to see all of the available Scandinavian designs available at Lumens.

About the author

Jeff

I am on the marketing team at Lumens and enjoy writing about interior design topics, well-designed products and more.

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