Anders Pehrson for Ateljé Lyktan

When you like 1970’s vintage lamps, you inevitably notice one day or another an Ateljé Lyktan lamp.

Ateljé Lyktan was founded in 1943 in Sweden. Out of all its designers, I would like to show you the lamps designed by Anders Pehrson (1912-1982). He took over the company from 1964 to 1978.

Here are few of his lamps:

Bumling
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Supertube
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Crystal
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Knubbling
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Raket (By Göran Pehrson, not Anders)
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Simris
Was originally named Olympia, made for the 1972 Munich Olympic Games.
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Tube
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In 1974, Ateljé Lyktan was bought by Fagerhult (see my post : Fagerhult, made in Sweden).

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More lamp models: Sovo, Oak, Queen, King, Circling, Jasmin, Juniper, Kanon (By Göran Pehrson, not Anders), Forsythia.

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