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    Snowflakes designed by Jordi López Aquiló for Nordic Tales. Scandinavian design with Spanish elegance.
FLIP designed by Jonas Hoejgaard. Hot off the press from Nordic Tales. Danish design. Snowflake designed by Jonas Hoejgaard, Hot off the press from Nordic Tales.

    Hot off the press - I am proud to be the first design blog to announce the latest design from Nordic Tales. The talented upcoming Danish brand with strong Scandinavian design traditions!

    Meet Collar Lamp, Flip and Snowflakes. A lamp, a bookshelf and a bowl.

    Collar Lamp: Designed by Jordi López Aquiló (Spain). Unites Scandinavian design with Spanish elegance. The lampshade made from powder painted steel is mounted on an oak wood base, that rotates 180 degrees allowing the light to be directed in any desired angle. Collar Lamp is produced as an up-light and as a wall lamp. Materials: Oak wood and steel. LED-bulp.

    Flip. Bookshelf designed by Jonas Hoejgaard. Based on the idea of using the binding of books in the overall impression of the shelf as opposed to covering them. Flip is composed of two identical parts. Each part is pro- duced in either powder coated metal or walnut and is sold separately. Materials: Walnut and steel.

    Finally, Snowflake! Designed by Jonas Hoejgaard. A decorative bowl inspired by the photographer, James Balog’s work which pictures the climate changes of the Earth. Snowflake is made from two types of glass, the inner side of the bowl is produced in opal glass while the outer is in frosted. When light hits the bowl the geometric shapes are reflected through the two layers of glass. In that way Snowflake turns into a luminaire which character changes according to its surroundings.

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